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VOL. XX. NO. 3 1 



CHICAGO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 30, 1914. 



SPECIAL EDITION 



TURNER IN GREAT FORM 

RIDER’S EFFORT ON MONOCACY CHARACTER- 
IZED AS A STAR PERFORMANCE. 

Talbott Racer Wins from Royal Meteor at Palmetto 
Park by Half a Length — A Day of 
Close Finishes. 



HODGE MAKES APPEARANCE 



GOOD SHOWING OF A TEXAS- BRED STABLE 



The J. F. A H. S. Newman stable of 19111 was with one exception made up entirely of sons and daugli 
iers of the good Hanover horse, Abe Frank. One of these, the three -year-old filly, Pan Zareta, was quite 
• me of the stars of the year and a young mare of great speed. She was given a hard campaign of thirty 
three races, of which she won fifteen and was placed in eleven more. Her feat of twice running five and a 
l :i furlongs at Juarez with big weights up iu 1:04% serves to show the extreme measure of speed with 
whieh she is gifted. The Newman mares are, us a rule, not of the most select lines of ancestry and, in 
\ iew of the way iu which AIk* Frank endows his progeny with speed of a high order, it is a matter for re 
girt that such is the case. Pan Zareta won the greater portion of the Newman stable earnings, but Motion* 
X at cham also contributed more than usefully to the following record for the year: 



ONE OF LAST SEASON'S GOOD TWO-YEAR OLDS 
RUNS THIRD AT JUAREZ. 

Goes to Post Under Heavy Impost as Odds-On Favor- 
ite and Is Beaten by Othello and Orb — Juarez 
Course Dries Out Rapidly. 



« litti h-sioii. S. February 19. Stirring coiit'Ms 
we r«* the older at Palmetto Park ibis afternoon. 
All the winners were forced lo driving finishes to 
win by small margins and iu four of the six races 
less than one length separated the first two. The 
feature race, a selling handicap at seven furlongs, 
proved one of the Ik*. si races run over tin* track inis 
winter. Moihkio v and Royal Meteor ran lik a team 
lor the entire way. Turner gave Monocacy a roil- 
ing finish and landed him the winner by a scant 
half length. This was tin* liest rare that Turner has 
ridden bote all winter. In fact, it was the best 
finish that any rider has shown during tin* uns-ting. 

The Taibott stable put another winner over when 
Laura beat a band of her own age iu the second 
race, a dash of six furlongs for t hr**** year olds with 
selling allowances. Laura, with M (‘Taggart in the 
saddle, made a runaway affair of it. beating the 
I ted well entry. Helen M.. a half length. Bed well 
bid Laura up from shoo to $90ii and secured h r at 
the latter figure. 

Monocacy and Tom Hancock were the winning 
choices. The track was in go**d condition and the 
attendance large. 

J. Todd, of Caracas. Venezuela, who came here to 
purchase a string of horses to race ill Caracas, has 
arranged to ship his stable on Saturday to New 
York, where they will hoard ship for South America. 
The stable at present i- i*oinposed of Dr. Jackson, 
Fiel. Discovery. Mattie L. and Belle of Normandy. 
Senor Todd will purchase alioiit ten more before 
leaving. He has arranged to take jockeys II. Panic; 
and C. Irvin and tin* apprentice. \V. Ward, with hi. a 
to Caracas. 

Yorkshire Boy. which went wrong In a race here 
recently, will be fired and turned out unlit mid 
summer. 

Tl:e stewards lifted tin* suspension against jock y 
F. Murphy this afternoon. 

The mistake made by the stewards iu the placing 
oJ — *!»* fourth race yesterday bus resulted iu lie.* 
Charleston Fair and Racing Association ap|Hiiiit ing 
W. F. Schulte to act as associate judge, his duii- 
being to pick the f'»u'*tli horse at tin* finish iu the 
races remaining to be run during tin* meeting. 
Bulge Schulte assumed his duties this afternoon. 

William Beverley joined the ranks of the layers 
here today. lie is associated with Abe Levy. 

Tile horses owned by R. I* Dodson, including C > 
hpiibia Girl, Mart re. Please Welles. Duke <•!' Shelby 
and A.% X. Akin, have been turned over to John 
Paul, win* will handle them in the future. Mr. Pod 
son has lK*oked tin* filly Misplay to the stallion 
llanhridgc. which is standing at the Gcrst farm 
near Nashville. Tenn. 

Iu retaliation for the bidding up of Laura. J. O. 
Tuition claimed tin* filly Helen M. from H. G. Bed 
Well. She eo-t him $925. 

Jockey Waldron, who got in trouble here over a 
ide on the horse Dr. Dougherty, has been grained 
a license by the Jockey Club. 

F. J. Pons arrived from Tennessee today, lie re- 
ports four fine looking yearlings at his place by tile 
Sain stallion. Tony Ronero. They are out of Tres 
.loll. Elsie Bramble. Lillian 17. and Mercie II. The 
three year-old Judge Wright, by Superman Debacle, 
the dam of Hunhridge. will be shipped to Mr. Don-' 
farm at I he conclusion of the meeting, where he will 
be mated with several of the eighteen mares at the 
Polls place. 

W. C». Yatike lias received notification from the 
Jockey Club that the following names have been 
accepted for Id- two y ear-olds: Nobleman, eh. «• by 
Boanerges Royal Child: Billy J«h*. eh. c. by Russell 
Ethel T. : Blonde, eh. c. hy Boanerges— St at ira : 
Corel, t*. i by Russell latiudy Lady: and Knight 
of Pythias, hr. e. by Boanerges Careanet 11. 

There were few horses (tu the track for work at 
Palmetto Park this morning. It was an off day with 
the trainers. Among the best trials were: 

Brando Three-quarters in 1:20. 

Brookfield — Mile in 1 

Double Five Five eighths in 1:03%. 

Gordon -Half mile in -"l. 

Harry Lauder —Five-eighths in 1 :07. 

Ivan Gardner Half mile in bo. 

Jack Kellogg Mile iu 1:40%. 

Joe Deiladd Mile in 1 . 19. 
l.'Aiglon — *»alf mile in 52. 

Miss Gavle Half mile in 52% . 

Progr* s- e — Half mile in 51’... 

Single Ray Three-quarters in 1:19',. 

*■» 1 eula w Three-quarters in 1:20%. 

Pa Nun Da Mile in 1:47-.-,. 

Hie Turkess — Three-quarters in 1:18%. 

TowUmi Field — Three-quarter* in 1:21-.-,. 

ARRANGING FOR AMATEUR MEETINGS. 

N e \ York. February 19. — The Hunts Commute * 
os approved dates for amateur racing as follows: 
Ro< kaway Hunt Club, licwlctts Bay Park, L. 1.. 
Saturday. Xorll 2b. 

Rose Tree Fox Hunting Club. Media, Pa.. Thurs- 
day- May 14- Saturday. May Hi. 

Piping Rock Racing Association, Locust Valley, 

I I Wednesday. Jiiim* 3. Saturday. June <’». 

The Country Club. Brookline. Mass., Saturday, 
Dine lb Wednesday. June 17, Saturday. June 20. 

The Meadow Brook Steeplechase Association and 
the l nited Hunts Racing Association will hold 
their meetings iu May at Belmont Park Terminal, 
the dates to be assigned shortly. 

Frank I Bryan has been apfK>inted handicapper 
tor all meetings under the jurisdiction of the hunts 
committee. 

From Boston comes word that the race commit 
to «.f the Country Club, at Brookline, lias started 

• i. the work of preparation for the coming race 
meeting there. This meeting is annually one of the 
most popular of the whole amateur circuit. This 
year there will be a renewal of the Country Club 
Brand Annual, the Chamblet Memorial, the National 
Hunt Cup. the Massasoit Plate, the Middlesex Cup. 
the Myopia Cup. the Challenge Cup. and, in fact, 
all of the famous old races. Then there will be a 
number of new races «*n the program. A partial 
rebuilding of the course is under consideration. The 
idea is to put in growing brush that will mean 
natural jumps in tin* course of a couple of years. 
Tiie water jump will also probably l*e moved so 
that it will be brought within plain view of those 
in I he grandstand. The old jump on the hill, back 

• >f the grandstand, is another that will he moved 
according H* tin* plans that are under consideration. 
It will still Ik* on the grade, but placed in a posi- 
tion where n better view will be possible. Another 
change that has already been decided upon for the 
race program is the framing of a number <*f events 
Tor locally-owned horses. They will be ridden by 
gentlemen who are members of recognized New 
Eiigland Hunts. Several of the young lmn of Boston 
and the surrounding couutry are ardent horsemen, 
but in other seasons they have had little chance 
when asked to compete with the best amateur riders 
in the country. These local races will afford them 
an opporti nlty. and already a number of purchases 
of horses have been made for these races. 



llorse. Col. and Sex. A. Pedigree. 1st. 2d. 3d. 

pan Zareta oh. f. 3 By Abe Frank — Caddie Griltith 15 8 3 

Mother Katcbam b. f. 3 By Abe Frank — Pauquita 7 5 4 

Dick Dodie ch. c. 2 By Abe Frank — Minyon 2 5 4 

Irish Ann ch. f. 2 By The Irishman — Tex Anna 2 1 2 

Closer ch. g. 4 By Abe Frank — Burnie Bouton - 0 0 4 

Panliacliapi eh. f. 2 By Abe Frank — Panquita 1 1 o 

Best Be h. f. 2 By Abe Frank— Our Bessie 0 1 1 

Vested Rights b. g. 3 By Abe Frank — Our Bessie 0 2 1 

Temple Foclit eh. f. 2 By Abe Frank — Alma Gardia 0 0 0 



23 19 $11,013 



Applications for licenses to ride, made by the ( 
following gentlemen have been approved: 

E. A. Russell. Jr.. Warrentou, Va. 

Thomas Wright, Rider, Md. 

Bayard Ttnkcrman. Jr.. Boston. Mass. 

Lieut. E. M. Whiting. I . S. A. 

Lieut. George S. Patten. Jr.. I . 8. A. 

Harry X. Tucker, New York. 

.Iiims G. Lei per. Jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

B. B. Lewis. Millbrook. N. Y. 

Alfred Borden. New York. 

James Park. West bury, L. I. 

Harry \Y. Smith. Worcester, Mass. 

F. It. Hussey. Pittsburg, Pa. 

B. L. Tone, Portland. Ore. 

John Bosley. Jr.. Baltimore. Md. 

J. Schuyler Casey. New York. 

Donald Demurest. Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Bowling W . Haxall. Jr.. Middleburg, Va. 

<5. Bernard Fenwick. Baltimore, Md. 

Evans Tucker. New York. 

Charles L. Appleton. New York. 

I. icut. Charles lv. Rockwell. 1 . S. A. 

I livid Dows, New York. 

Philip Stevenson, New York. 

Compton Smith, Worcester. Mass. 

Lw ■ k :«i;* ! . Smith. Plainfield. N .1 

Tin* membership of the Hunts Commit lee is made 
up ns follows : 

Charges K. Harrison. Jr., representing Maryland 

James W. Graves, representing Virginia. 

William M. Kerr, representing Pennsylvania. 

Charles Pfizer, representing New Jersey. 

J. Watson Webb, representing New England. 

J. E. Da vis. representing New York. 

II. S. Page, representing the National Steepleelia-e 
an. I limit Association. 

A. Henry Higginson. representing the National 
Steeplechase and Hunt Association. 

Henry W. Bull, representing the National Steeple- 
chase and Hunt Association. 

Charles K. Harrison. Jr., has been re-elected 
chairman and William M. Kerr vice-chairman. 

The following Hunts have been granted recognition 
for the year: 

Albemarle ('minty Hunt, Charlottesville. Va.. S. 
Holloway, master. 

Brandywine Hounds. West Chester. Pa., Charles 
E. Mather, master. 

Cas mov i Hum. Casanova, Va., Harry L. Ed 
mends, master. 

Che hire Foxhounds. Coatsvillc, Pa.. Martin IMunk 
et Stewart, master. 

Chester Valley Hunt. Stratford, Pa.. W. C. Wil 
sou, master. 

Chagrin Valley Hunt. Gates Mills. (>.. Windsor 
T White, master. 

Elkridge ! <*\ Hunting Club. Wood brook, 1*. O.. 
Md.. W. \V. I^anahan, master. 

Grafton Hounds, North Grafton, Mass., Harry 
W. Smith, master. 

Gross** Point Hunt Club, Grosse Point, Mich., 
Burns Henry, master. 

Keswick Hunt Club. Keswick, Va.. E. 11. Joslin, 
and S. J. Holloway, joint masters. 

Middleburg Hunt, Middleburg, Va.. I). C. Sands. 
Jr., master. 

Mil brook Hunt. Milbrook, N. Y.. Oakleigii Thorne, 
master. 

Mr. Riddle's Hounds, Glen Riddle. Pa., Samuel D. 
Riddle, master. 

Mr. Shaver’s Hounds. Fairmont. W. V a. t C. L. 
Shaver, master. 

Mr. Winston’s Hounds. Midlothian. Va., 3 liomas 
S. Winston, master. 

Mr. Hitchcock’s Hounds, Aiken, S. C., Thomas 
llitelieoek, master. 

Norfolk Hunt, Medfield. Mass., Henry G. \aughan, 
master. „ , , 

Orange County Hunt. The Plains, \a.. Robert L. 
Geriv and William Skink«*i\ joint masters. 

Pickering Hunt, Phoenixville, Pa., William J. 
Clothier, master. 

Shelburne Hounds, Shelburne, V t., J. Watson 
Webb, master. 

SuflV’k Hunt. Southampton. L. 1., Richard New 
toil, Jr., master. . „ 

Tomahawk Hunt. Somerset, V;i., James H. An 
drews. master. 

White Marsh Valley Hunt, Flourtown, Pa., James 
G. iadper, Jr., master. 

Warren ton Hunt, Warrentou, Va., \V . t. Wilbur. 

' ' watchung Hunt Club, Plainfield, N. J.. Rufus C. 
Finch, master. 

DISCUSSES HANDICAPS AND HANDICAPPING. 

W S. Vosburgh. handicapper for the Jockey Club, 
lias written tl»e following for publication: 

••Our American racing public lias been badly edu- 
cated as regards racing generally and iu no respect 
inoi't* so than iu respect of handicaps. They seem 
to lx* possessed with the idea that the top weight 
alone lias any right to win. We all know the 
intent of a handicap is to so equalize the horses by 
means of weights that the poorest racer has an 
equal chance with the best. But if a light-weighted 
horse wins the public rather resent his success, and 
then it is suddenly discovered that he was ‘thrown 
in.’ ‘pitchforked* and other expressions of ill tem 
per. Of course, this is because they have not backed 
him— vou never lmar complaints except from losers — 
and this illustrates tk** fact that the interests of rac- 
ing and bettiug are not always identical. 

‘Moreover, the American idea of handicapping 
seems based on the assumption that racing is an 
exact science, which it is not. We have read ar- 
ticles on handicapping in which so many pounds 
are allowed for so many lengths, half lengths or 
beads. If this were true, it would only need a 
mathematician to make the weights — be need never 
have seen a race or a race horse. As a matter of 
fact, a length may rneau one pound or twelve 
pounds — it depends ui>on how the horses finish. W’e 
often read in reports of races that a horse ‘won 
easily,* when, in fact, not one race in ten is won 
easily. The natural tendency is to exaggerate, to 
exalt the winner. He may be ‘all out’ at the finish, 
but he is recorded as having ‘won easily,’ and this 
causes many who credit such re|K»rts to lose their 
money the next time such horses start. 

“Another curious custom lias grown in receut 
• years. It is in describing as ‘haudicappers' u class 



of men who employ their time in reduciug the vagar- 
ies of animal locomotion to the mathematical certain 
ty of a science. These men figure on the chances 
of Imrses for ihe pui|M>ses of betting. Why they 
should be called haudicappers it is not easy to say. 
for none of them ever framed a handicap for which 
horses competed. To distinguish them from r he 
person who makes the handicaps, the latter is 
called the ‘official handicapper.’ But why ‘official 
As well speak of the ‘official starter,’ or the ‘official 
clerk of scales,’ for the use of the prefix ‘official’ 
presiipiMiscs that there are other haudicappers. 
starters or clerks of scales, when in fact there are 
no others than those who do the work. It is alxmt 
mi a par with the custom of speaking of the winning 
horse leading ‘under the wire.’ when then* is co 
wire I but there is u winning i**st>. Such misappli- 
cation of terms is a pretty certain indication that 
the persons using them lack l*otli racing knowledge 
and racing spirit— they haven’t the smell of New 
market. 

“There are people who affect to sneer at handicaps 
and clamor for weight lor age races. But it is 
impossible to interest the public iu one-sided races 
Midi as weight -for-age races usually produce. Hence, 
i lie handicap becomes the only means of equalizing 
horses and insuring better contests— particular!.* 
when racing is catering to the patronage of Die pub 
lie. Comparisons with I lie sport in England do u*n 
apply. There tlie; have a large number of owners 
who are men of wealth and who are willing to race 
for their own money. They are not so dependent 
ii I h in public supiM>rt as we are hen*, and the willing 
ness of ihcir owners t<» make many and heavy sub 
script ions enables them lo offer weight-forage races 
of such great value that horses are prepared es 
pccially for those races. 

Nor from the slaud|M>iut of the ‘improvement of 
the breed of horses' are weight for age races to be 
preferred to handicaps- -except in the case of two 
year-olds or spring eveuts lor three-y ear-olds. V 

fiorso which wins an important handicap with high 
weight, conceding many pounds to his field, has a 
better certificate of merit than one which at weiglit- 
for age lias beaten two or three horses twenty-five 
IKMinds bis inferiors a mere procession in which he 
has never been called upon to extend himself. 

“The Epsoin Derby is the greatest of all weight 
for age races. Yet. iu the past twenty-three years 
only one winner of the Derby (Rock Sand), was sired 
by a previous winner (Sainfoin). There have Us n 
133 winners of the Derby and only twenty-four 
were sired by Derby winners. Ir is about the same 
with the St. Leger--iu twenty-three years only four 
winners wen* sired by previous winners. Thus, as 
a breeding standard (the ridiculous Figure System, 
for instance! the Derby and St. Leger will not 
stand the lest when carefully looked into, for cer- 
tainly the Derby and SI. Leger winners when they 
enter the stud are better patronized ImjIIi as to num- 
ber siiid quality of the mates sent to them than 
any class of horses. 

“On the other band, some of England’s most cele- 
brated sires have won their credentials to fame iu 
handicaps. Isonomy won tin* Cambridgeshire, the 
Manchester Cup and the Great Ebor all handicaps. 
Sterling won the Liverpool Cup and was sceond in 
one of the U*st Cambridgeshire's on record. Bend 
Or won tin* City and Suburban. Rose«t*erry won both 
Ccsarewiteh anil Cambridgeshire. Hampton won the 
Northumberland Plate (and sired more Derby winners 
than any modern Derby winner). Master Kildare 
won the City and Suburban and Liverpool Cup. Mar- 
co won the Cambridgeshire. Ampbion won the Jub- 
ilee Handicap. Minting won the Jubilee Handicap. 
Mellon won the Liverjiool Cup. Vedette won the 
Ebor Handicap. Barcaldine won the Northumber- 
land Plate. Adventurer won tin* City and Suburban. 
Sundrfdge vu I ui<-e winner Of tin* !>** Warrenne 
Handicap (the last time with 137 lbs.) These horses 
have completely outbred the Derby winners of recent 
years. 

“In conclusion, it will be seen by reference to the 
races quoted that a really high-class horse is capable 
of conceding a vast amount of weight to an inferior 
horse over the middle distances (which constitute tlx> 
real test.i Over longer distances, weight will tell 
with greater effect, for there tlie inferior one having 
less nerve force, or speed, is able to rate along until 
the weight begins to tell ou the ‘crack.’ Of course, 
racing is not an exact science — there are too many 
incidents in a race to permit of its l**ing so — the 
slightest incident will upset the most carefully pre- 
pared handicap: yet, the handicap is the nearest 
approach to scientific racing that has been devised 
as it enables us to prove the difference between hor- 
ses which at weight -for-age is only a guess.’’ 

MAJOR CARSON LIKELY TO RETIRE. 

Lexington. Ky.. February 19.- Major T. J. (’arson, 
w ho has just sold his Dixiana Stock Farm near this 
city, has not yet announced his future plans, but 
it is understood that be may return to Louisiana, 
bis former home. Major (’arson has been for many 
years one of the most prominent citizens of tins 
county and one of the best-known breeders of thor- 
oughbred horses of the country. 

Hie gained his military title as a soldier in the 
famous cavalry of Gen. Forrest, of the Confederate 
army. After engageing in business in New Orleans 
at the close of the war. Major Carson came to Ken- 
tucky about twenty-five years ago and bought from 
Maj. B. G. Thomas tin* famous Dixiana Stock Farm 
on the Russell Cave pike, near tills city, which was 
then perhaps the most notable thoroughbred breed- 
ing establishment iu Kentucky, being th** home of 
Hiinyar, Manuie Gray, etc., and the birthplace of 
Domino. Herzog, Ban Fox, Hifiight and other great 
horses of that period. 

Having purchased from Maj. Thomas a number of 
bis broodmares. Major Carson established at the 
head of his stud the stallion Ben Stroiue, aud for 
many years the products of this stud were remark- 
ably successful on the turf, th** sensational Highbail 
being one of them. Several years ago Major Carson 
traded to J. B. Haggiu. whose great Elmendorf 
estate adjoined Dixiana. the latter place for the 
farm which has just been sold, and which bad a 
much larger acreage. 

Ben Stroine died a few years ago and as Major 
Carson did not consider It advisable in the present 
condition of racing t*> buy another expensive stallion 
he has been gradually withdrawing from the breed- 
ing business, and may now with the sale of his 
farm retire altogether. 



El Paso, Tex., February 19. Tinier the iufiueuee 
of a light wind and a warm sun the course of the 
Jockey Club Juarez dried out rapidly today aud when 
the horses were called to the post for the first Tac- 
tile going was iu good condition. It continued to im- 
prove as tin* afternoon progressed and the track will 
he at its best for tomorrow’s racing. 

Today’s program was notable for the reappearance 
of Kay Spence’s good two-year old of last season. 
Hodge. On the streugtb of bis excellent showiug 
last year, when lo* won more laces than any other 
two year old in America, the son of Ivan the Terri- 
ble and Nannie Hodge was installed favorite in 
lli«* allowance race for three year-olds, in which 
lie was making his d**but for this season. Iu spite 
of th** fact that lie was making great weight con- 
cessions to good opiHtsition he was backed to the ex 
elusion of everything else in the race, with the re- 
sult that In* went to th** j»ost at odds-on. When it 
came to live running Othello, one of the receding 
choices. led all the way by a considerable margin 
and won with ease. Orb was the runner-up from 
start to finish and l*eat llodgc by seven lengths for 
second money. I lodge ran in third place through- 
out tin* entire race and was weakening at the end 
as if short of work. 

Besides winning with Othello, jockey J. McCabe 
piloted Frank I>. Weir’s Francis to victory in the 
opening dash. Francis had been the opening favor 
it**, but Doncaster, making his first start in many 
months, went to the post first choice. He finished 
a close up third and will doubtless improve over Ins 
showing of today in the near future. Sister Flor- 
ence. which ruled equal choice with Sleepland, won 
the second race off by li'*rself. 

An allowance race at seven-eighths of a mile was 
one of ihe features of the card and was won by 
Black Eyed Susan, from the stable of J. W. Fuller. 
Sin* came from behind iu the stretch to beat Roll** 
of Bryn .Mawr, which had been setting the pace 
from the start. Bursae wits . •’ • H 1 •:»*.*»■ ■ 1 r wr**.. 
in this race and was headed in tin* final strides 
lor third money by Truly. 

Edmond Adams, which supplanted John D. Wake 
field as favorite for tin* fifth race, barely lasted 
to beat that horse. The winner was always a for- 
ward contender, while John l>. Wakefield came from 
far back with a great end rush. 

That g*»od cripple. Denmark, went to the post at 
odds-on in the closing dash and, making all the pace, 
won bv as far as bis rider pleased. Because of the 
ever present danger of Ids breaking down, no move 
was made to bid him up when he was offered for 
sale, it was his fourth straight victory this montu. 
which must be considered a good showing for a 
horse that was sold for $100. 

A big crowd was in attendance and spent a 
pleasant and profitable afternoon, as favorites ac- 
counted for half tin* card. 

Jockey (’. Gross was suspended yesterday for five 
davs for rough riding and jockey Marco was sus- 
|K*iided for ten days by starter Cassidy for diso- 
bedience. 

It. Ripley purchased Maznik today after tin* last 
race. Tin* terms were private. He intends to 
scratch him tomorrow. 

Jockey A. flavor and traiuer W. Schofield de- 
parted tonight to r**|H»rt to Henry McDaniel at 
Toronto, flavor will stop off at Chicago to visit 
his parents and later will proceed to Toronto. 

The track was a bit lumpy when the third race 
was run and there is a disposition to attribute to 
this circumstance Hodge’s failure to make a better 
show 'ing. 

Edmond Adams is back in the stable of C Mill 
holland as the result of beiug bid up from $*>00 lo 
$800 by that former owner of his after he won the 
fifth race today. 

NOTES OF THE TURF. 

The business interests of Saratoga, which ore 
nattirallv Iieuetitted to a marked degree by the je 
sumption of racing at that jioint, are In* ing asked 
t«> contribute to a fund to help towards tin* con- 
tinuation of the famous old stakes that have been 
a feature of Saratoga meetings in the past. 

Several Montreal owners of racing thoroughbreds 
are in receipt of subscription blanks from Winnipeg 
asking them to subscribe for shares in the Manitoba 
Jockey Club, which is now being formed in Winni- 
peg. Tlie formation of this club is assured and. 
when wimple ted. tin* plant will be one of the most 
up-to-date in Canada. 

The officials at Palmetto Park have issued a s|m*c- 
ial order prohibiting jockeys from wagering upon 
any horses except those upon which they have 
mounts. This ruling was the result of several joc- 
keys Ik* t ting on horses after they had finished rifling 
their engagements for the day. and the stewards 
deemed the practice did not look good to the pub 
lie. 

The offices of Tlie Jockey Club and a number of 
th** associations that are now at 0 and S East Forty - 
sixth street, will soon be moved to the new and 
modern building at 18 East Forty -first street. The 
Jockey Club, with some of the other organizations, 
will occupy all of the seventeenth floor, while ou the 
eighteenth will be the offices of the Westchester 
Racing Association and the Saratoga Association, 
as well as others that cannot be taken earc of on 
the floor below. While the moving day has not 
been definitely fixed it will be some time during 
March. 

Jere Carioll, one of the younger generation of 
trainers, has taken over Election Bet and Piping 
Hot. three-year-olds that he will race in the colors 
of W. R. Coe. Both of these youngsters are from 
the Piping Rock Subscription lot and raced well 
last year. Both are winners, and Election Bet was 
a good third to Andes and Virginia Lass in the 
Piping Rock Subscription final. Carroll trained 
Samuel H. Harris when that plater was one of th»* 
best racers al>oiit the New York tracks aud he had 
Black Chief in charge for a considerable time. H«* 
has the Coe three-year-olds at Roslyn. L. I., and it 
probable that others will be added to the small 
string before the opening of the season. 



ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 



E. D.. Memphis. Tenn. At Lexington May 8. 1913. 
the Breeders’ Futurity was won by Ioiperator. the 
property of J. N. Camden, aud trained by J. 0. 
Keene. 

R. P. Tulsa. Okla. The parlay of February 15 
on Mind the Paint. Christophiue and Little Marcb- 
mont was void on Christophme because she was not 
entered, and wou on the other two horses. 

J. A. I).. St. Louis. Mo. If the bet was a parlay 
b*d you won at the lMK>kinak<*r’s limit of 40 to l. 
If it was not a parlay and the whole sum coming 
| from Discovery was to Ik* split equally ou Nimbus 
you had $787.50 coming. No replies by telegraph. 




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TELEGRAPHIC FORM. 

'The horses whieh seem best in Friday’s races are: 
Juarez Park Juarez. Mex.. February 19. 

1 Maznik. Flossie. Rebee. a. 

2 tleneral Warren. Balronia. Hasson. 

:: Super!, dalston. Birka. 

4 Cosgrove. Captain Burns. Royal Ifcdly. 

7 1 >*f ty Hey wood, durin. Hazel C. 

i; Ethe’lda. Matidadero. Muy Bneua. 

P. Clark. 

Palmetto Park -Charleston, S. u.. February I!) 

I Fiiialee. Kewpie. .laek Hanover. 

2- Moisam. Big Rock. Toy. 

faugh Hill. A neon. Marjorie A. 

4- old I ten, deposit. Charlestonian. 

• Carbureter. Ran jo Jim. Miss Velma. 

6 -Tn Nun da. Mvretiae. \l \ Fellow. 

T. K. Lynch. 

1 R. HITCHCOCK HAS A FOAL. 

Lexington. Ky.. Feliruary 19. F. R. Hitchcock's 
St. I didoia . a daughter of St. Simon and Dorotheo. 
foaled a eiiesinitt filly by Fair Play at R. C. Estill’s 
farm today. 



WORK OUTS OF CHARLESTON HORSES. 

Charleston. S. c.. February 19. Recent work -oil • a 
of horses in training at Palmetto Park were as fol- 
lows: 

Weather clear; track slow. 

Alledo — Three eighths iu 41. Has shown a few 
good work-outs. 

Ancon-Half mile in 52%. Shows plenty of 
early speed in all work. 

Assessor Five eighths in 1 :o7. 

Ita touch --Three-quarters in 1 21--,. easily. 

Ronnie Kloise -Seven-eighths in 1 :34%, . Works 

better than she races. 

Brave Cunarder- Three quarters iu 1:20. Is at his 
best. 

Buzz Around— Seven-eighths in 1:36. Looks good. 

Caraquet — Five-eighths in 1 :05. Has been show- 
ing speed iu all work. 

Chas. funnel! Half mile iu 56. At his best. 

Cicero — Half mile in 72*.-,. 

Colfax— Three-quarters in 1:22. 

Corncraeker -Seven-eighths in 1 :3S. At his best. 

deposit — Half mile in 53. Has all his good speed 
and is ready. 

dick Dead wood- Mile in 1 :49%. Looks good. 

dustpan Mile iu 1:52. 

Emerson Cochran — Half mile in .74. Is ready. 

Fathom -Half mile iu 5b. Has been on the slow 
side for a short while. 

Ford Mai Seven-eighths iu 1 :35%. Shows good 
work whenever set down. 

Frank Hudson -Three-eight Its ill 38. Shows great 
improvement. 

Hallaut Roy Half mile in 5b--. Has plenty of 
speed and is g<xid. 

Het Busy Half mile in .Vi. 

Hood Will --Three quarters iu 1:23. Doesn’t seem 
t.» improve. 

Hilda’s Brother Half mile in 52. Is dose to 
form. 

Jack Hanover Three eighths in 39. 

.loe deilMild Half mile iu 34. 

Kettledrum Half mile In 51’-. Speedy, but does 
not stay. 

Lagrange -Three-quarters in 1:23. Doesn’t seem 
to improve. 

Laura Half mile in 31 ‘-V, . At her best. 

Little Kp Mile iu 1:33. IBooks good. hut has not 
>Im»wii any fast work. 

Malison Seven-eighths iu 1 :4o. At his best. 

Maurice Reed Five eighths iu l :o7. Has not 
shown any fast work. 

May Ipps- Three eight hs in 38%, . 

Mi-s Eleanor Half mile in 53%. 

Old Jordan Mile iu 1::34. Well in hand. 

Pliant -Five-eighths in 1:06--. Has been show 
ing good work right along. 

Pluvious -Half mile in 32--,. 

Premier Five -• ighihs in 1 :05%. At his best. 

Puck Half mile in 3b. Has not been hurried. 

Raleigh P. d. - -Five-eighths in 1:07. Shows a 
g«HMl burst of speed at all times. 

Squealer- Three-quarters iu 1:20. 

Surpass- Half mile in 5.3. 

Tom Hancock Three-eighths in 3S. Is good. 



DATES FOR EASTERN RACING. 



13451 RUMMAGE w 3 102 2 5 6* 6 3 6- 4= 6*» A NicklausF J Dalev 20 4ft 40 1ft 5 

1 318 I 5 *< ’LEM BBACHEYwr. 7 114 f. 3 3U 3*» r»* T 7 .1 McTag’rtB Mititer S S 7 3 7-5 

Time. 25. 50%, 1:17%, 1:45%. Track good. 

''inner B. h, by Floral King- Liesse (trained by L. E Fiuet. 

'Vent to post at 4:34. At post 3 minutes. Start good and slow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. 1 LORAL CROWN, vastly improved in a day. outfaced the others to the first turn and took an easy 
lead on the bacltsf retch, but tired in the stretch drive and barely lasted long enough to win PEACOCK 

began slowly, but moved up rapidly while rounding the far turn, then eame fast through the lu<r quarter 

and almost got up m a game finish. bKKRARD wore the poorly ridden SCHALLKR down iu the stretch 
for third plan*. SILICIC finished with a belated rush. SCIIALLER tired. 

Scratched — 13474 Stairs, 117. 

Overweights -Rummage, 2 pounds. 

I O P! 1 A SIX TH RACE- 1 Mile. (1248 — 1:40% — 4 — 103. t Purse $300. 3 year-olds and upward. 

UU -L KJr Selliug. Net value to winner $223: second. $30: third, $25. 



AWtPPSt % % Str Fin Jockeys 



0 H C P 



13474 * *TOM HANCOCK w 3 103 l 3 3* 2* 3- 1»M> R NeanderW V Casey l 6-3 1 2-5 out 

13486*FIEL wb 4 110 3 2 6 6 4 2 4* 24 H Bresch .1 Todd ' 4 6 5 8-5 7-10 

1 S42S* COLFAX wb 3 100 6 4 14 l 3 1*5 2>J 3 nk J McTag rt A Weber 6 6 4 8-5 7 10 

13444*P1.A1N ANN w 6 112 2 6 4'^ J 1 2»‘ 34 J 1 " E Alley H E Harbourt 6 6 23-58-5 4-5 

13474 JOH N M ARKS wsb 9 119 5 5 7* ^«(’ Knight F Hart 15 25 25 S 4 

13451 3 F»ARH’M WB 4 118 J l 2* 3»> 6 6 6 R Pickett G A Fraser 8 8 7 6-5 

Time. 25. 50%, 1:17%, 1:46. Track good. 

AA inner— B. g, by Pink Coat — Lady Godiva t trained by W V. Casey i. 

Went to post at 4:59. At post 1 minute. Start good aud slow. Won easily; second and third driving. 
TOM HANCOCK was taken hack and saved to the last tnrn. then came through next to the rail after en- 
tering the homestretch and. easily passing COLFAX. w< n going away. FIFE, a slow beginner, was outrun 
lor the first half mile, but finished fast and outstayed COLFAX for second place. COLFAX set the pare 
ter three-quarters, but was made t<**> much use of and tired badly in the homestretch. PLAIN ANN raced 
on i lie outside of the lenders for the entire way and tired m*ar the end. BARIUM was pulled up after 
going five-eighths. 

Scratched 1348b- My eeuae, 114; 13480 Camci, 112. 

JUAREZ FORM CHART. 

JUAREZ, MEX.. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1914. Juarez Park. Eighty-third day. Jockey Club Juarez 
Winter Meeting of 114 days. (9 books on.) Weather clear. 



13486*FIEL wb 4 110 ;; 

l3428*COLFAX wb 3 100 6 

1 3444*PLA IN ANN w 6 112 2 

13474 JOHN MARKS wsb 9 119 
13451 s BA R II ’ M WB 4 118 1 



6-3 I 2-5 out 

4 6 5 8-5 7-10 

6 6 4 8-5 7 10 

6 6 23-58-5 4-5 

15 25 25 S 4 

8 8 7 2J 6-5 



Presiding Steward, Charles F. Price. Presiding Judge w. II. Shelley. Starter, Mars Cassldv Rae 
ing Secretary, Edward Jasper. 

Racing starts at 2:15 p. ui. (Chicago time 3:15 p. in.). W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. Fig 
tires in parentheses following the distance of each »-ace indicate index number, track record, age of horse 
•jmi weight carried. ^Indicates apprentice allowance. 



New York. February 
dates approved by tile 
day is as follows: 

Jamestown Jockey < 
days. 

1 1 nr ford Agriculture 
\ pril is to May 3; tit le 
Maryland Jockey Clill 
West Chester Racing 
13: lifted! days. 

Piping Rock Racing 
two days. 

Metropolitan Jockey t 
TJtieens County Jocke 
Empire City Racing 
fifteen days. 

Saratoga Assoeint ion 
days. 

Syracuse State Fair 
her 1 and 5. 



CHARLESTON FORM CHART. 

CHARLESTON. S. C.. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1914. Palmetto Park. Seventieth day. Charleston 
Fair and Racing Association. Winter Meeting of 102 days. 1 12 books on. ) Weather clear. 

Presiding Steward, C. H. PettingUl. Presiding Judge, Martin Natlianson. Starter, Janies Milton. Rac- 
ing Secretary. Martin Natbauson. 

Racing starts at 2:30 p. in. (Chicago time 1:30 p. ui.i. W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. Fig- 
urcs iu parentheses following the distance of each race indicate index number, track record, age of horse 
and weight carried. ’Indicates apprentice allowance. 



18505 



FIRST RACE 3-4 Mile. (1869 -1 : 12--. - 4 — 1 13. i Purse $300. 3-year olds. Selling. 
Net value to winner $223: second, $50; third, $25. 



i udex 


Horses 




a wt pr 


*St 


% Vz % Str Fin 


Jockeys Owners 


O 


11 


c 


P 


S 


13451* 


ro ji v 




WSB 


3U4 


«; 




7| 4*). 2»k Ink 


NY Goose M 


C Moore 


12 


20 


20 


s 


4 _ 


i 15 1 


*< ’A STAR A 




w 


102 




4 


1- 34“ 35 2k 


J McTag’rtJ 


M NY Green 


24 


3 


3 


1 


2-5 


1 34 10 


LADY INN’t 


'EXC 


E WB 


103 


2 




3«» 2 1 * 14 3 3 


C Turner P 


F Gloss 


ft 


10 


10 


_4 _ 


2 


< 1 3404 


> *< WRBURI* 


:tkr 


w 


104 


1 


2 


I 2 6* 7»k 4N 


H Bresch U 


A Brown 




4 


18- 


.(7 5 


7-10 


13470 


HILL ST K 


!•: A M 


W 


98 


11 


1 


l 2 l"k 4 4 5| 


R NeanderR 


A Uganda 


:: 


34 




7 •. 


7-ift 


1 34 7 0 


A I »A 




WB 


107 


s 


s 


84 8 ti 3 ft 4 


I» Connelly < 


NY J Bissell 


20 


::m 


3ft 


1ft 


5 


i 34 70 


ST1 M ' ’< t 




W’ 


109 


1ft 


ft 


(> 7 ,_ 7- 7 t: 


F Teahan NY 


Walker 


25 


56 


3ft 


8 


4 


13365 


DIUK’S I’ET 




W 


106 


*. 9 


«♦ 


ftuk JC* gi 8° 


R Pickett O 


Pons 


1ft 


17 


13 


5 


2 


10307 


1 M K )T 1 1 




WB 


lftf* 


' 4 


1ft 


juk 71 J 


.1 CallahanT 


A Deveney 


1ft 


17 


10 


6 


3 


1 2 1 1 i 


DOM BRA 




w 


102 


:: 


7 


p,.T.lU".~p)isp ( iM 


A XieklausJ 


P McGovern 


7ft 


100 


100 4ft 


15 


t 


J K X AIL 




WB 


112 


7 


11 


ll 11 11 11 


.1 Hanover H 


G Bed well 


7 


If* 


10 


4 


2 












rime. 


24. 49%, 1:16. Track good. 















Winner Ch. g. by Mexican -Lillian Foiiso drained by W. Perkins i. 

Went to |mis; a t 2:5o At jhoi hi minutes. Start good and slew for all but JEZAIL. Won driving; 

* »ud ami tliiid the same. BANJO JIM began slowly, but worked his way up steadily ou ibe outside and, 

alter saving ground on every turn, finished last and. wearing the leaders down. # got up in the final eighth 

* win iu the last stride. CASTARA was a forward contender from tie start anil, after being carried wide 

* ii ill* fur turn, finished gamely, but rould not quite get up. LADY INNOCENCE raced into the lead in 
the si retell a ml tired under punishment. HILL STREAM quit after setting the pace to the homestretch, 
i NKBURKTEK was crowded out «»u ilie backstreteh and pulled up. then elosod a big gap. 

Seratelu*d 13349 lorn*. 94; 13373 Old Jordan, 112. 

< »ver weight .<■ — ■ -Dick’s Pet, 14 pounds: Dotnbra, 3. 



18506 



A Wt PI* St Vi %* % Str Fiu Jockeys 



13128 ** LAURA -w 97 

« 1 34 70 ) * HELEN M. w HU \ 

13428 -CHAS CANXELL wh 101 ft 
. t SS21 > M N \s< )N wb 

13327 WATER LA H WB 105 

I 3 4 < » 4 4 M \ Lm E’ S S I ST E R w >8 \ : 

13470 hi da s brother w ior. 7 

UNCLE El* w lft64 1 



1'4 1* V 14 J McTag’rtJ O Talbott 
4h ^Dk 21 2 4 F Murphy II G Bed well 
2nk 2 - 34 3 1 C Turner J M Zimmer 

5' 4 4 1 R XeunderBeverwyckStald 
3>» 3J 4- 5 fi D ConnellyR F Carman 
8 : 7* 61 ll Bresch F J Riley 

6 K 6 5 «; 3 7'" W Doyle Mr Earle 
7* 8 8 8 F Teahan AY AA’alker 



UNCLE ED w Hi6 \ 1 s 7 s s S 8 F Teahan AY AA'alker 

'lime. 231 5 , 48“:,. 1 :15 2 /5 . Track good. 

Winner — Br. f, by \Y<»olstkorpe — Incendiary (trained by AY. S. House). 

Went i«» post at 3:04. At post 2 minutes. Start good and <low. AVon driving: > 
same. LAURA, showing sudden improvement, drew away into an easy lead in the first 
the pare fast, hung <m well under punishment and outstayed HELEN M. The latter « 
nside in the stretch and finished fast and gaining on tin* winner. CHAS. C AN N ELL 
i ei ing the homestretch and tired in the final drive, running a p«h*,- race. MAMMON w: 
up WATER I. AD showed early speed. The winner, entered for $500, was bid up 
Ii. ti. Bed well. 

Overweights Madge’s Sister, 1 pounds: Hilda’s Brother. 3: Uncle Ed, 1. 



o 5 18-57-5 1-2 

3 6 ♦'* 2 4- 5 

2 2h 2J 9-101-3 

2 2 2 4-5 1-3 

7 7 7 2 1 

100 200 200 SO 40 

30 100 HJ0 20 10 

50 100 100 25 10 



1 3507 



THIRD RACE- 3-4 Mile. (I860— 1 :12 2 .-,— 4—113. * Purse $300. 4-year-olds and tip 

ward. Selling. Net value to winner $225: second, $50: third, $25. 



Index Horses 




A 


AVt! 


*PSt 


% % 


% Str 


Fiu 


Jockeys 




Owners 


O 


H 


CPS 


134 73 -LORD WELIJS 


w 


6 


US 


2 


4h 


Ink 


1* G 


Corey 


F 


J Riley 


34 


34 


3 12-6 


13485 ) NIMBUS 


WB 


9 


117 


n 


pik 


1*4 1 4 


2“ J 


llanovt 


•rli 


G Bed well 


-14 


13- 


513-77 101-3 


13473 1 *NN ILI.1S 


WB 


4 


110 


7 7 


7 


f*> 3*1 


3= R 


NeanderJ 


H AleCarren 


5 


10 


10 3 1 


13485 GATY FALLEN 


W 


5 


11s 


4 6 


ft nk 


7 7 


4nk R 


Pickett 


G 


A Frazer 


25 


25 


2ft 8 3 


1344 1 PROVINCE 


W 


4 


112 


6 5 




64 74 


5 s H 


Wolfe 


T 


F Sheedy 


10 


30 


3ft 10 3 


134 82 AUTO MAID 


W 


5 


114 


1 1 


m 


:;u 4nk 


ft 4 G 


Byrne 


NY 


C AA’eant 


20 


4ft 


40 12 4 


13419 S KELTS 


WB 


4 


112 


•7 4 

Time. 


31 2 1 6«*k 

24. 49, 1:16. 


7 C Knight 

Track good. 


AV 


< 'West morel' nd 


2 


2 


7-5 1-2 1-4 



Winner — Ch. h, by Ort Wells — Lady Manners (trained by C. Phillips t. 

Went to t»ost at 3:30. At post 2 minutes. Start good end slow. Won easily: second and third driv 
tng. LORD AVELLS was reserved behind the leaders until straightened away in the homestretch, where 
In- responded when called on and, joining NIMBUS in the final eighth, passed him and won going away. 
NIMBUS showed a good turn of speed in pacemaking for live eighths, but tired and just lasted long enough 
to outstay WILLIS. The latter worked his way up on the outside from a slow tieginning and finished fast. 
s|\ EFTS *ran a good half and quit in the last quarter. t; \TY PALI.EN finished well. 

Scratched < 13452> Amoret. 110: 13405 Juaquin, 112. 

Overweights Auto Maid, 1 pound. 



1 3508 



FOURTH RAUF— 7-8 Mile. < 7485— 1 : 27— 6—106. i Purse $350. 3-year-olds and up 

ward. Selling Handicap. Net value to winner $275: second, $50: third, $25. 



index Horses 




A Wt PPSt 


% 




% Str Fin 




Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


H C P S 


1 3285 MO.NOt 'AC Y 


W 


4 


110 2 2 


ink 


14 


ink u 


n 


C 


Turner J 


O Talbott 


8-7 


8-5 3-2 3-7 out 


1 34 30 3 ROY A L METEOR 


WB 


6 


111 6 6 


2 1 


2 2 


2„w 2* 


2- 


R 


Goose P 


Hyams 


3 


4 4 8-7 4-7 


13442 GUOSYENOR 


WB 


4 


102 4 4 


34 


3 2 




3 3 


J 


McTag’rt A 


Weber 


3 


18-518 -56 -7 1 2 


13442 ’‘PRINCE AHMED 


W 1 


Ift 


106 3 1 


7,1 


5 s 


7* 5* # 


4 3 


J 


Hanover H 


G Bed we 11 


10 


10 8 3 6-5 


13328 DANG'S MARCH 


WB 


7 


10St 7 7 


4*4 


*4 2 


4” 4U 




R 


Pickett R 


A’ Haymaker 


5 


10 10 3 3-2 


1337 8 KL ORO 


W 


S 


100 5 5 


7 


7 


7 6 3 


6* 


H 


Hinphy X 


K Beal 


50 


IftO 100 4ft 20 


13 151 IP GENTLEMAN 


WB 


6 


107 1 3 


ft' 


6 3 


6“ 7 


7 


F 


Moore J 


H Mead 


17 


15 15 7 3 



-j (j w / iQ FIFTH RACE 1 Mile. 11248 — 1 :40Vs — 4 — 103.) Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. 
JL Selling. Net value to winner $225; second. $50; third, $25. 



1 3498* FLORAL CROWNwsb 5 117 
13365 PEACOCK " » S 102 6 

13481 (JERRARP "B 4 115 . 



13444 SILICIC 
13481 ’SUH ALL Eli 



WSB 6 119 1 6 



% Str Fin Jockeys Owners 

1 » A ink B ink j> NeanderW P Fine 

4*” 2* 2* 2 € J CallubanR C Evans 

5 3 4 1 5‘1 3* G Burns E Joyner 

7 7 6- 4*» J Hanover M Foster 



13511 



FIRST RACE 3 4 Mile. 1 12996 
ward. Selling. Net value to 



115.) Purse $.”>00. .“.year-olds and up 
; second. $50: third, $25. 



AWtPPSt U 



1 3488 2 FRANC IS w 3 102 4 3 

13163 VRT RICK m \- :: MS 1 11 

9364 -DONCASTER WB 6 117 2 n 
13422-TOM MURPHY u 6 109 . :• 

13467 GEORGE OXN’RDwb ■ 117 6 ' 
13174 ADA KENNEDAY w B 3 1«3 3 P* 
13487* YISIDLE w 5 109 H> 7 

134 49 TIGHT BOY w 4 113 s : 

13434 DR. J I: BERRY wb 5 117 !• t 
13433 PARCEL POST w 3 H*2 11 .. 
12836 KING STALAVARTwb 4 lift 7 6 



% Str Fin Ji»ckeys Owners O 

1‘* 1 U 1" J McCabe F 1) Weir 

II t;-A '•£ G Gould Smith jfc Farrar if* 

-I, 2- 2*‘W :p w NY T’lorA Yoiland M 

P* 7nk 4nk p ro nton T’bridge*OflRcer 2ft 

VN Mcln’reS Judge 4 

:* Sttk 6- 6?. M M’thewsH HerUel 12 

♦:-Mo= 7 4 7 3 J Collins S A Beckham 6 

4?. 45 s-i 8- R Carter W J Dunn 3| 

8- !* b 10 92 AA’ Garganl Ii Berry 25 

5ty :* P» 4 L Gentry Milner A- Peeplesl5 

J'tkll 11 11 R M entry J J Ferguson 15 

49 Vs, 115U. Track good. 



O H C P 



3 3 l 1-2 

• | l 



12 12 4 2 

N S 25 1 



19. - The schedule of racing 
Jockey Club stewards yester- 

’Ittb April 1 to 17; fifteen 

ami Breeders* Assoeia t ion — 
*en days. 

* May it to 23.: sixteen days. 
Association -May 26 to Jute* 

Association — June 3 and 6; 

’I til* June 15 to 25: ten days, 
y Club June 27 to July 14. 
Ass**ciati**n July 15 to 31; 

August 1 to 31; twenty -six 

Three days between Septetu- 



12836 KING STALWART wb 4 lift 7 6 JnkR 11 11 R Mentry J J Ferguson 15 

Time. 23. 49*4, 1:15%. Track good. 

Winner — Blk. g. by Yankee — Frances McClelland (trained by F. P Weir). 

Went to post at 2:15. At post | minute. Start go* *d and slow for all but ART RICK, 
second and third the same. FRANCIS at once ran to the front with a rush ami won all the 
aud just managed to l ist long enough. ART RICK began slowly. Imt closed a big gap iu the 
1 uisliing fast on tlm extreme outside, barely tailed to get up. DONCASTER ran well throng 
in tb»‘ final drive. TOM MURPHY closed a big gap and finished e!**s** up. GEORGE oXNAli 
BOA' showed speed, but fired 

Scratched 13331 Sinu Feinn. 117: 13277 Ethelda. 112: 13.321 Garden of Allah, 10S; 12105 

Qverw eigbi ^ Ada Konneday. 3, pounds; Parc* ! Post, 2. 



Won driving; 
way. but tired 
first half and. 
hunt, but tired 
H* and TIGHT 

Brigham, lilt. 



13512 



1 


Mile. 


1 13154 


— 1 


::’.7 -5 — 98. ) P 


irse $ 


3no. 3 vear olds 


and upward 


V 


aluc to winner $ 


227; second. $50 


; tldr 


1. $25. 










PI 


»St L 


1, % 


Str Fin Jockeys 


Owners O 


II 


c 


V 


s 


3 


2 4- 


4 3 3 4 


l 5 


l 5 J Groth 


C E 


Rogers 


24 


"21" 


1 


2-7 


4 


ii !{- 


1* 1»k 


2-*. 1 


R » rawUdll • ’ 


Smith 40 


fto 


•$ 


17 


6 


11 


7 ft- 


6 1 7 4 


4*. 


NN Mcln’rt 


D s 


fountain s 


12 


12 


35 


x . 


6 


•'* 5 4 


6» 4'« 


;»' 5 


4' NN Gargun 


( iHrgun&Sha rkev 2ft 


fs» 


r*ft 


17 


f, 


9 


S 7 1 


8 3 8 3 


6>. 


• ' J Kederis 


NY 1. 


Schaefer 2 


21 


9J 


1 


. 


7 


9 9 


7* 7-\ 


, * 


6 3 J Dawson 


J P 


Dawson 6 


s 


$ 


24 


1 


1 


1 11 


1ft 9 


8 


7" NY Kelsay 


F M 


Hopper 2ft 


:» 


3ft 


hi 


f. 


1ft 


7 l. 1 


3 3 2*i 


3A 


S- E Cullen 


JTlb 


utherington 2i» 


2ft 


!7 


6 


3 


5 


It 12 


:* ]o 


!* 


9.N J McCabe 


Fulle 


l »V Sherw’d 1ft 


(•ft 


(W» 


17 


6 


8 


12 1" 


1 2 1 2 


1ft 


1o‘ J Metcalf 


J A 


Coburn s 


12 


12 


3 


x 5 


2 


1ft N»i 


11 11 


ll 


11 4 J Collins 


c x 


Freeman s 


1ft 


Ml 


3 


3 2 


12 


4 2’. 


2' 6 2 


12 


12 E Havnes 


NY II 


Fizer 6 


7 


5 


2 


t 




23%. 


47. 1:15 


. 1 


41%. Track good. 













13437* VI REO ws 4 102 

13479 MIAMI w S lftS 

I 13199 SH NORTHCUT wsb 6 Pt7 
1 34 7 7 3 S I. E E PLA N D w a IBS 

| 13479 MAR TI I.G H MANw B 5 112 
13380 KAK E w SB 6 107 



13489* STA RTLER WK Ii !»s 2 10 s** 11 11 11 IU J Collins C X Freeman S P* P* :: 2 3 

13.488 TRANSACT wsb 3 91 12 4 2’. J> 6- 12 12 E Havnes \Y H Fizer 6 7 5 1 

Time. 232.,. 47. 1:15. 1:41*-,. Track good. 

Winner B. m. by ornament St. Ursula t trained by A. Oo»*dii,>. 

Went to post at 2:4<*. At j*os| u minutes. Start bail and slow. Won cantering: second and third driv- 
ing. SISTER FLORENCE raced well up behind the leaders t<* the stretch, then rushed into a long lead 
and cantered through the final eighth. YIREO made tin* pace for the first three-quarters and Inmg on well 
iu the filial strides. MIAMI closed a gap and finished resolutely. SIIORTA’ NORTHCUT ran well. SLEEP 
LAND was never prominent, but was closing up at the end. PR ETTA DALE and TRANSACT ran well to 
; lie homestretch. 

Scratched 13499 Defy. 106: 13489 Down land. 103; 13503, Joe Woods, los. 

Overweights Shorty Northern, 2 pound-: Rake. 2: Transact, 1. 



13518 



THIRD RACE 5-8 Mile. (95190 -58 L. 9 10S. » Purse $406. 3 year olds 

Allowances. Net value to winner $300; second, $75: third. $25. 



Index Horses 


AWtPPSt % % 


% Str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


II 


c 


“F=r 


( 13100 h ITHELJJ ) 


w lift 4 3 r- 


l 2 I s 1*4 


J McCabe NY 


S Heath 


3 


4 


4 


1 1-2 


13460 « IRB 


WB 105 2 2 2J 


2 2 4 2 3 2" 


J Groth 1 


K Clark 


0 


3 




4-5 1-4 


12464 2 HODGE 


w 122 1 l 34 


3'-” 3 3 3- 


AY NA T'lorK 


Spence 


3_.*> 




4-5 


2-6 out 


13345 KING WORTH 


WB 103 5 5 4 4 


4= 43 425 


M M* thews R 


0 Egan 


5 


i(f 


10 


2 7 1ft 


13919 REDPATH 


W 105 3 4 5- 


5* 5 s 5 s 


E Taplin l> 


Ford 


ft 


io 


10 


2 7-10 


13212 JANIEL 


WB 100 6 6 ft 


6 6 6 


J Collins s 


A Beckham 


50 


60 


60 


12 6 




Time, 23%, 


48, 1:00. 


Track good. 












Winner — Blk. c. by 


I.itkfts — Flash <*f Night 


(trained by 


NY S. Hen Hit 













Wen t to post at 3:21. At |*ost 2 minutes. Start good and slow. Won easily; second ami third driv- 
ing. OTHELLO at once sprinted inio the lead and. setting an extremely fast pace, easily held his ndvant 
age to tin* end. ORB raced in nearest pursuit throughout and tiui<h**l gamely. HODGE showed speed and 
tan a good half, then tired as it short. KING WORTH and REDPATH were beaten off at the finish. 
Scratched 13400 P.**b Hensley, llo. 

Overweights -King Worth, 1 pound. 

~1 Q PT 1 \ FOURTH RACE 7-8 Mile. (13412 1 :23-i- -5 lift” Purse $4»M*. 4 year -olds and up' 

JL JL “i ward. Allowances. Net value to winner $300; seeoml , $75; third, $25. 



AWtPPSt U i_* % Str Fin Jockeys 



13436 KL. EYED SUSAN w 4 97 1 6 4 

13490 B. OP l’.’N MANYR w 4 10.7 2 2 1 

1 3389 -TRULY w 4 lftft 5 4 6 



13478 s BA RS At ' 

13111 MAN ASS EH wb 5 9S 3 5 2-’J 2* 2^ 4"k r,nk p Ford C E Rogers 6 7 7 2 1 

I349S 3 HUSKY LAD wsb 6 102 l 1 35 3?. 3 2 5 3>’ 6 L Gentry A AY Hoots 6 7 7 2 1 

Time. 24. 48. 1:1314, 1:27. Track good. 

Winner— Blk. f. by Marehmont II.— Sweet Danger (trained by R. M. Small). 

• Went to post at 3:45. At post 2 minutes. Start good and slow. Won handily: second aud third driv- 
ing. BLACK EA ED SUSAN was oiitfooted in the early running, but cairn* with a terrific rush through the 
final eighth and. wearing BELLE <d BRA N MAAVK down, won going away. BELLE OF BRA N MAWR 
« t the pace and had a long lead at the paddock, but tired when challenged b.v the winner. TRULY trailed 
n, the stretch and. I'omiiig around on the outride, finished with a rush into a close up third. BARSAC 
t tiled to finish with his usual rush. MANASSEH showed speed, but tried hard to hear our on the lower 
turn and hist ground. HUSKY' LAD quit. 

Overweights — Black-Eyed Susan. 2 pounds; Husky laid. 2. 

1 Q pri PT FIFTH RACE 5 1-2 Furlongs. M26S5 1 ;t*4 : v. 3-124. i Purse $:um. 3, year olds ami 

X f) JL *3 upward. Selling. Net value to winner $225; second, $50; third. $25. 



wb 4 112 6 3 5 l 4«t 



4‘ f»- 5'5 2- U W AY T’lorJ NY Fuller 

ink pi l- l- 25 E Taplin L> Ford 

*‘* *‘. 6 6 > n ^ E Haynes \A' Mcl^eniore 



4 4 M M’thewsH Herdel 



O H C P S 

6 8 S 2 1 

25 3 3 9-102-5 

455 8-5 7- 1ft 

3-2 3-2 13-101-21 4 
6 7 7 2 1 

6 7 7 2 1 



•SECOND RACE 3-4 Mile. (1809—1:12-;. 4 113. i Purse $300. 3-year olds. Selling. 

Net value to winner $225; second, $50; third, $25. 



index Horses 



AAVtPPSt Vi 1 % Str Fin Jockeys 



second and third tin- 
eighth and, making 
•a me through on the 
< ran wide when en 
as never able to get 
t*i $900 and sold to 



0 H C P S 

3 4 16 73-2 7-l() 



( 13423) * EDM’ D ADAMS wb 6 105 3 4 4 2 | 2 Dk l Bk E Haynes T F Garner 3 4 16 73-2 7-10 

13434 J. D. WAKEF’LD wb 5 110 7 7 6'A n 4 4*5 2' J Groth C W Gasser 24 4 7 7 7 1ft 

13434-ORANGE BLOSSOM 4 108 4 1 1- 1-.’ 1»> :: : 4 ‘ E Taplin A Caven 6 8 

13490 GORD. RUSSELL w 4 111 l 2 7? 7 :; 7- 4 1 M M’thews.I B Goodman S 8 t 4 * 

13459 DOMINICA 7 106 8 ft 4'* 3‘ 30. 7-A G Moles’tliA (’ McCafferty 8 I 15 4 2 

( 13434 ) *HERPES wb 7 lfto 2 3 2 1 25 ft 4 ft- R Feeney J W Pinkhnm 3 5 *. 2 I 

I ( 13322)JEWEL OF ASIAws 4 104 9 7 7-1 7nk 7 7 AY NY T’lorA A Gregg ‘ 30 3 * 4o 10 4 

13466* BIRD MAN wb 3 101 6 9 s s 8 ^ F Stevens H D Po.vneer 4 6 5 6 5 

13411 (’OLTNET wb 7 107 5 8 9 9 9 '•» R Carter C Mulholland 2ft 2<t 2ft 8 4 

Time. 23 2 £, 48. 1:01. 1:07$ 5 - Track good. 

Winner — B. g. by Russell -Memorial (trained by R. Padgett). 

Went to pest at 4:15. At post 2 minutes. Start poor and slow. AVon driving; second and third the 
same. EDMOND ADAMS was next to the rail to the far turn and forced to be taken baek by DOMINICA 
but came around on the outside when entering the stretch and wore the leaders down to win in a hard 
drive. JOHN D. WAKEFIELD left the jiost slowly, hut closed a gap ami finished fast. ORANGE BTO: 
SOM set a fast pace to the stretch and tired in the final drive. GORDON RUSSELL was shut off i igh 
after the start and mad:* a fast finish DOMINICA and HERPES raced forwardly to the strep * and tired 
The winner, entered fn r $6ftft. was bid up to $Nfto and sold to (J. Mulholland. 

Scratched 13069 Anytime. 92. 



1 Q 1 /) SIXTH RACE— 1 Mile. (13154— 1:37-5— MU Purse $300. 4-year olds and upward. 
X OO JL vJ Selling Net value to winuer $225; second. $50: third, $25. 



I ndex Horses 



AWtPPSt Vi Vi* % Str Fin Jockeys 



O H C P 8 

( 13479 )*DENMARK ws 4 104 2 2 U ID. l-N I s 1“ R Feeney J NA' Pinkhnm 1 1 4 7 12 14 

(1347 7)1). MOXTGOM’Y wb 7 107 4 7 f* 1 5«k r.n 4D 2 nk AY Kelsay A Borland 4 4A 4i 77 1 ’ 

( 13450 iGARTER wb 4 104 7 3 2’ 2*»k 2ty 2*1 3»5 R Carter AY C Clancy 10 17 12 3 1 

13480 AMOX w 7 107 7 5 4D 4- 3-5 3- G Moles’ til NA* E Phillips 7 10 1ft 2| 1 

13468 2 *RLUE-BEARD WSB 4 100 ft 1 7 7 7 ft-t 7> R Booker NY H Tulley 8 12 12 3 1 

1 3479 3 *E\'A TANGUAT wn 7 10! 3 ft 3* 3- 4U 73 6 s J Doinln’kMassev MurraylO i: 17 ft ft-5 

1 3468 s FA H ’ADA wB 9 110 I 1 ft- ft 5 ft 3 7 7 G Gould PJ Miles I 6? ftN 9 5 7 10 

Time. 23 4 S . 47%. 1:14%. 1:40%. Track good. 

Winner — Ch. g, by Dick Welles Miss Melton (trained by .1. AA . Pinkhamt. 

AVent to post at 4:43. At imst 1 minute. Start good and slow. AVon easily: second and third fttiviig 
DENMARK made the pace from the start and drew away near tin* finish to win in a canter. DAVE VON I’ 
GOMERY closed a gap and eame fast through the stretch. GARTER followed in close pursuit of the win- 
ner to the stretch and tired in the final drive. AMON raced fairly well. EA’A TANCUAY showed speed, 
Imt quit in the stretch. 

Overweights — Denmark, 4 pounds; Garter, 2: Eva Tangtiay. 1. 



Charleston Entries and Past Performances for Friday, februan 20. 



NV inner— Uh. g. by Hamburg Monadour (trained bv NA'. 8. House t. 

Went to )H»st at 4:63. At post 5 minutes. Start good and slow AA'on driving; second and third the 
:aiiu . MOXOCACY left the barrier with a rush and made a fast pace for the entire way, but w’as tiring 
ami .mlv won because best ridden in the final drive. ROYAL METEOR raced lapjied on the outside of the 
winner 'throughout and was gaining and going fastest at the finish. GROSA’ENOlt ran in close up pursuit 
t«* the stretch turn, where he made a threatening . ffort. but tired in the last eighth. PRINCE .MIMED 
net well DANGEROUS MARCH was rtinniug fast at the finish when ot no use. 

Scratched 13429 Alteon. 112: 1334ft Ella Bryson, lift; 13394 Loretta Dwyer. 102; 13496 L. H. Adair, 
97; 13430 Chuckles. 117. 

Overweights— Royal Meteor, 1 |iound: Dangerous March, 1 ■. 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK GOOD. 



W8 4 113 4 1 2 h 2*| 3*4 34 5 s J1 Hinphy N K Beal 



0 H C P S 

10 25 27 S T~ 

2 2 9-6 4-5 out 

2 13-511-51 2 7 

6 7 6 2 1 ) 

4 6 4 2 



I The figures under the heading “Rec.” in the I 
! entries below show* the best time of each horse I 
i at the distance, since January 1, 1911, no matter I 
I where it finished. In cases where record was 
| made on other than a fast or good track, abbre- I 
I vial ions show track conditions. 
o_ o 

Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time, 1:30.) 
y.Runs well in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
(M) maidens. ‘Apprentice allowance. 

First Race — 1-2 Mile. 

2-year olds. Selling. 

(Track record: 1741 -47% —2 103.) 

Iud. Horse. AVt. Rec. A.Wt.Han. 

13439'-’* Finale** 112 :51m 104 X 725 

(13415) Kcwple 109X720 

( 13391 1 Yellow Flower 109. .710 



Horse. Wt. Rec. A. 

Jack Hanover (Ml. 

May Ipps (M) 

Santo, b. c. by The 
Scribe — English 

Esther 

Golden Lassie, ch. 
f. by Goldcrest — 

Fleda B 

Second Race— 3-4 Mile. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
(Track record: 1869 1:12% -4 113 

Toy 104|1:14% 4 

Mfiisant 105 1:13% 5 

s * Tom l»o v 100 1:17%, 3 

Big Risk tM) 109 1:13% 6 

Single Ray 99 1:17 

Mike Uoheu (M) ..106 1:15 3 



Wt Han. 
110X710 
96 7ft, 



•RIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1914. 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



llld. 


Horse. 


Wt. 


Ree. 


A 


Wt.Han. 




Fifth Race— 3-4 Mile. 




UNION JACK. b. e. 6 


109 








l ::27o 


Belle Chilton 


.104 


1 : 19% 


4 


109X710 




3-vear-olds and upward. Selling. 


13362 


( ’harle’n 


J-4 1:17 slow 12 


no 


6 




4 


1 84. » l 


Malik 


. 95 


1 :1H 


3 


1(*3. .710 




(Track record: 1809— -1:12% — 4- 


-113.) 


13127 


( ’harle’n 


55 f 1 :<)9%good 66 


iu:» 


8 


s 


13 


IG4SI 


Rod and Gun . . . 


. K*4 


1:1.8% 


5 


112X7<*5 


Ind. 


Horse. Wt. Ree. 


A. Wt.Han. 


13****2 


Charle'n 


1 l:47%hvy 40 


109 


1 


2 1 


o 


1*1 4S1 


Bertis 


.105 


1:13% 


*; 


117x705 


1 1.8482) 


Discovery 1(*!> 1:1.8% 


4 111 > 725 


12951 


Charle’n 


lmTOy l:51%mud 100 


Mt 


4 


2 6 


8 


1 .8498 


Bo.| kin 


. 11*2 


1:14 


6 


111 • 7 * *( * 


117.51 


Inspector Lcstrade .107 1:14 


5 1140720 


12S97 


* 'harle’n 


lmTOy 1:51 hvy 50 


m 


4 


1 2 


9 


1.8144 


Bad News 11. 


! 12 


1 :1.8% 


r. 


1 14 X 7»*0 


18482* 


Votes 109 1:1.8% 


4 104X715 


12S1S 


< ’harle’n 


3-4 l:16%good 50 


107 


10 


7 


8 


1.8,862 


Union Jack 


. S7 


1:13% 


6 


K*907'M 


1.8505* 


Carbureter 89 1:10% 


3 95X715 


12737 


Charle’n 


55 f 1:10 good 50 


117 


2 


3 


5 


184S2 


Scarlet Pimpernel 


. 91 


1 14% 


• ; 


117X700 


18417- 


* Miss Velma 105 1:17% 


s 4 1**4X715 


12713 


Charle’n 


5A f 1:10 good 40 


107 


1 


5 


6 



By Sorcerer — Discard (H. B. Bonfield). 

'•* ♦» * ' A.F McTag’rt 11 El fall. Tyro. F!orul frown 



Third Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

• year-olds and upward. Handicap. 



Austin Sturtevant. . l«»i» 1:13% 



(Track record: 1S23 

(IGR-ID faugh llill 

l.’L”.t*4 Loretta Dwyer . . 

1 P2.50S) Progressive .... 

1.TI94 Susan It 

Ancon 

1 r.4228* 3 fliartier 

13472 Marjorie A 

i)3lf> 3 Astrologer 



—1:06%— 4_ 
.122 1:05% 
.102 1 :0N’% 
!(>s 1 :07% 
.110 1 :1>7% 
.1121 :08 
.11*0 1:08% 

. 01 1:06 
.104 1:07% 



1(*0. ) 

6 121 X750 
4 102X745 
4 105 x74a 
:» 100X745 

4 115®743 
117X740, 

6 10SX740 

5 100 ■ 730 



l:ll%s 0 105X7 



Fourth Race— 1 Mile. 

Derby Preliminary Handicap. 
3-year-olds. 

(Track record: 1248 — 1 :40% — 4 — 103 



* Banjo Jim 07 1:17% 3 

Klfall 107 1:17% lO l 

fuming Coon 105 1:13% 5 1 

Bel f ist 105 1:13% 6 1 

Hr. Dougherty 103 1:12% 7 1 

Nello 105 1:13% 5 1 

Little Ep 100 1:14% 5 1 

Juaquin 103 1:16% 4 1 

Sixth Race — 1 1-8 Miles. 

4 -year-oids and upward. Selling. 
(Track record : 1830 — 1 :54 — 6 — 1 10. ) 

Milton B 105 1:53 7 1 



s 1 14 X 710 1^560 Jairu's’n 
1)5. .710 12459 Pimlico 



lo 114x710 12268 Laurel 
5 112X705 li 983 Laurel 



54 f 1:09 fast 40 106 11 

2- 4 l:14%fast f’ld 98 7 

3- 4 1:17 mud 15 97 9 

64 f 1 :09%fast 100 102 4 

3-4 l :16%slow 60 97 7 

54 f l:10%good 15 104 6 

54 f l:12%slow 6 102 1 



Old Ben 

Ivan Gardner 
f haricatonian 

Deposit 

Polly H 

Indolence 



. 96 1:42% 
.101 1:42% 
.lot; 1:42% 



lo5x74o ( 134!)7 > 
10S..740 13510- 

105X735 13482 3 

102X730 13480 

1)8X723 1341)7* 



13432) Ta Nun Da 
13420 Mary Ann K. 
13474 Judge Monck 
1 34 SO- Mycenae .... 
13497)* My Fellow .. 

13510-* Fiel 

13482 s * Our Nugget . 
134*0 Snowflakes 
13497* Tay Pay 



(i 114X705 11858 Laurel 3-4 l:16%slow 60 

7 117X7*15 11571 Porval 54 f l:10%good 15 

5 112X700 11464 Dorval 54 f l:12%slow 6 

5 1 1 4 X 7* *o SCARLET PIMPERNEL, b. h. 6 

4 111X690 13482 Charle’n 3-4 1 !6%good 40 
13440 Charle’n 3-4 l:18%mud 30 
, 13403 Charle’n 3-4 l:17%mud 10 

\\ , 13373 Charle’n 3-4 1:17 mud 60 

t 13270 Charle’n 64 f l:09%good 6 

- JlvTOft 13216 Charle’n 3-4 l:18%mud 20 

I JJSO-Tr 13160 Cliarle’n 7-8 l:30%good 60 



^ 13 13i* 13»«4W Ward 14 Kaleigli P. D.. Mansou. Tomboy 

1 5 7 7 s - J Smythe 7 Eaton. Hans Creek. Fiel 

6 8 8 S H4 W Ward S Reno. Sherlock Holmes, Tay Pay 

2 9 9« 9 2 * 1 W Ward 10 Reno. Sehaller. Yorkshire Boy 

7 8 9 l 9-»4W Ward 13 S. Holmes. P’ceChap. EarlvLight 

3 5 7 l 7 16 W Ward 8 John Marrs. Sir ( ale* lore, Willis 

5 6 6*» 9'%W Ward 11 Lit. Ep. Slier. Holmes, Com. Coon 

11 11 11 11»* W Ward 11 BillieHibhs. Montcalm. FordMai 

7 10 11* ll I *4Smyth 12 Rod A Cun, Agnier. Capt. Elliott 

10 9 9- 9 23 Neander 10 Lace. Righteasy, Sir Alvescot 

6 6 8 2 6 7 4 W Ward 14 Mqncreif, Venetian. R. and (inti 

7 7 7 7 8 W Ward 7 InfernoQueen. R.&Gtin. Dynamo 

8 8 8 12 4Smyth 8 T. Holland. B. Chief. G. Karme 

2 44 5 ll 4E Scharf 8 P.Thorpe, T.IIolland. O.theSanda 

By Ornament — Elsie French (W. Walker). 

12 11 10*4 F Teahan 12 Discovery. TheoCoek. OurNugget 

6 44 5*4 F Teahan 10 Barium. Dustpan, Lady Innocence 

7 6i» 7 7 J McTag’rtlO Harcourt, Sclialler. Dustpan 

8 84 9*2 E Carter 13 Font. Nimbus, Castara 

5 7 2 7 9 E Carter 12 Inferno Queen. Toy, Berth* 

4 3 l 7 7 4 E Carter 11 Fasces, Nimbus, Queed 

9 9 S # F Murphy 10 Yenghee, Hedge Rose, Sepulveda 



1JS 13216 Charle’n 

109 l..*4% i 1 0(1X720 mm rharlp’n 

94 1:54% 4 106X715 13160 fharie n 

97 1:55% 6 106X710 

102 1:53% 5 108X710 THIRD R 

107 1 :53% 6 101x705 

91 1:57 4 98X705 CAUGH HILI 

7 104X705 13429 Charle’n 

4 BBx 700* 13394 Charle’n 

109 1:54% 6 101X700 13352 Charle’n 

13316 Charle’n 
13297 Charle’n 
* 13262 Charle’n 

. 13195 Charle’n 

hat next in the race. I 13158 Charle’n 



44 5 1 %E Scharf 



THIRD RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. (1823 — 1:06%— 4- 



CAUGH HILL, b. h, 6 

13129 Charle’n 3-4 l:16%good 6 



The small figure under “Str.** shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next in the race. 
The small figure under “Fin.” — unless the horse won — shows the number of lengths the horse was 
behind the winner. Weight to he carried appears at top of column of weights in previous races. 



3394 Charle’n 54 f l:0SV 5 good 3 
3352 Charle’n 3-4 l:14%good 3 
3316 Charle’n 5-8 1:02 good 12 
3297 Charle’n 3-4 1:15 good 7 
3262 Charle’n 64 f l:08%good 4 
3195 Charle’n 3-4 l:14%good 20 
3158 Charle’n 54 f l:07%good 8 
9020 Belmont 3-4 st 1:10 fast 6 



By Caughnawaga — Whiplash (J. M. Zimmer). 

l l l 1 C Turner 11 Sherwood. Cliartier, Ancon 

2* 2*4 C Turner 6 Ancon, Carlton G., LorettaDwyer 

6 4 5 5 C Turner 12 Cliartier, Surprising, Ancon 

8 2 6 4 1 C Turner !) Lor. Dwyer, Americus. Susan B. 

92 9 a C Turner 10 Sherwood. Czar Michael, Tarts 

41 425 c Turner 8 Deposit, Chartier, B. Cunarder 

6 1 C 7 i C Turner 9 Pr. Dermis. Br. Cunarder, Coy 

74 7 ,2 4W Doyle 9 Ancon, Celesta. Brave Cunarder 
54 5 4 i J Hanover 11 Iron Mask, S. Board, H. Prynue 



FIRST RACE— 1-2 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. 



-47%— 2— 103.) 



8S23 Douglas 
8664 Douglas 
S612 Douglas 
8313 Churchill 



3-4 l:ll%fast 3-2 135 
3-4 1:12 fast 34 130 

3-4 1:12 fast 13 126 

3-4 l:13%good 3-6 117 



Index 


Course 


Dlat TimeT’ckOdds Wt St 


FINALEE. b. f. 


2 




104 




13439 


'harle’n 


1-2 


60%mud 8-5 


112 


2 


13415 


'harle’n 


3 .A f 


43%good 3-5 


11)9 


1 


13337 


I'harle’n 


::a f 


43%good 3 


110 


3 


13313 


'harle’n 


oi f 
4 »a I 


43%good 12 




2 


13246 


Fharle’n 


35 f 


44 slow 25 


M7 


4 


13180 


Charle’n 


35 f 


45 good 8 


IK* 


2 


13**!*1 


i ’harle’n 


3 8 


37%good 6 


113 


6 


13013 


Charle’n 


3-8 


37%slow 50 


112 


7 


KEWPIE, ch. f. 


2 




109 




1311 5 ' 


'harle’n 


35 f 


4:.%good 4 


1**7 


4 


1X861 


8ih rle’n 


3.A f 


4-> slow 6 5 


K*6 


4 


U2837 i 


’liarle'n 


::7\ f 


43V*gOOd 4 


115 


5 


13216 


'liar!* n 


3i f 


Of « 


115 


1 


331 


'liarle’n 


35 f 


44 g»»«.d .. 


113 


1 


1369! 


’harle’n 


3-8 


37%good 13-5 


HO 


t 


13613 


'liarle'n 


3-8 


37%slow 8 


112 


1 


12972 


'harle’n 


3-8 


37%hvy 6 


112 


1 


YELLOW FLOWER. 


ch. f. 2 


109 




J3391 


« ’lutrl* *’n 


35 f 


44 good 4 


J<*7 


1 


i ::::::7 


( 'liarle’n 


3A f 


43%good 20 


K*:»5 


6 


13*191 


i ’liarle’n 


3-8 


37%good 12 


*116 


9 



JACK HANOVER, ch. c. 2 

1. F.9 Charle’n 5? f 4.Y%good 15 

12:19 i Charle’n 31 f 41 good 6 

13.61 Charle’n 3i f 45 slow 12 

132S2 Charle’n 34 f 44 good 10 

12959 Charle’n 3-8 38 hvy 20 

MAY IPPS. ch. f 2 
1 :■ !*;:> fharlc’n 3A 1 45*%good 40 

13415 C’harle’n 31 1 43%good 50 

13391 Charle’n 3? 1 44 good 12 

12213 Charle’n 34 l 43%good 20 

i:::vj Charle'n 24 f 44 good 5 

132 16 < ’harle’n 3? f 41 slow 6 

13*138 Charle’n 3-8 36%good 40 

First start for the following 
SANTO, b. c, 2 
GOLDEN LASSIE, ch. f, 2 



Bv McGee — The Governess (A. H. Vivell). LORETTA I 

1 2D M Buxton 7 Idiola. Jesse Jr.. May Maid 13394 Charle’n 

ID 24" .1 Campbell 7 Kewpie, Gerthelma, Gladwin 13352 (’harle’n 

l 2 ” l 8 D Connelly 9 Ermagarde, Y. Flower, Kewpie 13316 Charle’n 

3 s 2 n .1 Callahan 8 Electrician. Norma L., Lad 1 3273 Charle’n 

44 4 r T J Callahan !) Norma L.. Gerthelma, Kewpie 1303* Char It? n 

3 s 3 s M Buxton 7 Zindel. Norma L.. Itacy Charlen 

Snk 9U (1 Byrne 9 Lady Reach, Kewpie. Filigree 128<o ( harle n 

85 8 ,# J Campbell 0 Idiola, Kewpie. Norma L. 12826 Charlen 

Bv Transvaal— Lady Eon (J. H. Nichols). Jr™ charll’S 

1A D (’onnelly 7 Finalee. Gerthelma, Gladwin cy 1 uri.' , n 

D J 1 1 > Connelly 8 Jack Hanover, Lad, May Shaw Ta. urns’ n 

4 1 4%. E Martin 9 Finalee, Ermagarde. Yel. Flower James’ n 

3‘ 1*’ Martin l> Norma L.. Gerthelma, Finalee pimlieo 

5*1 R Pickett 7 BrownPrinee, Martinos. Norma L. .3^ Laurel 

2 3 2 s R Pickett 9 Lady Reach, Filigree. Norma L. I'Unrel 

X ‘2 3 R Pickett 9 Idiola. Norma L.. Halfpence ^ rcc tv 

34 3 ,; R Pickett 8 La Patrie. Norma L.. Lady Reach KUuKtaoi 

* _. , _ „ _ _ . , 12o6S James 

By Nasturtium — Pink Rose (N. B. Davis). F’554 Jamse’ 

: 1 h R Pickett 9 MayShaw. Chevron, Jack Hanover Janies* 

5*» 3*1 R Hall 9 Finalee. Ermagarde. Kewpie 1*476 Pimlici 

y 8 13 R Davies 9 Lady Reach, Kewpie, Filigree 12427 pimlic< 

By Goldcrest — Result (E. B. Parsons). 12329 Laurel 

7 s 4D .1 Hanover 8 Alledo. Jim Savage, Mona G. 12276 Laurel 

5 2 4 7 i J Hanover 9 Yel. Flower, May Shaw, Chevron 12180 Laurel 

2 2 2 1 J Hanover 8 Kewpie, Lad, May Shaw 12053 I^aurel 

4 2 4 4 3 J Hanover 8 Ravenhall, Still Day, May Ipps 11559 H.deO’ 

45 5 15 J Hanover 5 Sir Edgar, Chevron, Zangaree 11340 H.deG’ 



8229 Churchill 65 f l:05%fast 63-10 117 
7S99 H.deGrace 5J f l:0S%mud 7 122 

LORETTA DWYER, ch. f. 4 102 

13394 (’harle’n 55 f l:08%good 10 103 

12352 ('harle’n 3-4 l:14%good 12 103 

13316 Charle’n 5-8 1:02 good 12 102 

13273 Charle n 55 f l:0S%good 3J 103 

13037 Charle n 3-4 1 :15%good S 105 

12948 Charle’n 55 f l:09%mud 5 104 



1* Dj Loftus 5 Grov.Hughes, J.Basey, Buckhom 
D5 ID Loftus 5 Buckhom. Lit. Father. G. Hughes 
2% 1“ Teahan 13 R’d the World. Azyiade, Sebago 
1% 15 Loftus 6 Gowell, Sonada, High Private 
25 2*5 Buxton 8 Sprite, Jim Basey. El Palomar 
l 6 DJ C Turner 6 Sp. Board, Gr. Hughes. Palanquin 
By Ort Wells — Lady Manners (S. H. Kunz). 

4D 4*5 W Dunk’n 0 Ancon. Caugh Hill. Carlton G. 

45 6D ll Sumter 12 Chartier. Surprising, Ancon 
3D D5 A Nicklaus 9 Americus. Susan R., Coy 
45 4 5 5 M Nathan 8 Water Lady, I.uria, Righteasy 
ID 1’5 M Nathan 9 Yenghee, Amoret, Rightcasv 

2 1 2 4 J Williams 9 Rye Straw. Yenghee. SilasGrmhp 

1* 1>5 .1 Williams 8 P’ceChap Cockspur, 'J'. Busybody 
2* l h J McTag’rt 9 Aneon. Coreopsis. Veneta Stnune 
3b 2 n F Murphy 8 L.Shark, Serviccnee, IPrthstone 
8 S 12 J Williams 8 Lace. Ann Tilly. Rightcasv 

S 6 ,3 5J Williams 8 A. ’filly. TheBtisyl*ody. (’heinidpo 
3 nk 6* 4 .1 Williams 8 Golliwogg, Anavri. Fred Levy 
4>» 5 3 K Watkinsll MissBmsh. Sylvestris. DaddvGip 
9^ 9 15 Nicklaus 9 Altamaha. Motion if. W. Welles 
S- l(t 24 Stanford 1<> Premier, Til. Thomas. Monmnu.h 

10 2 10 14 Smyth 12 Deduction. JoeKnight, Golliwogg 
By Cesarion — Star Cat (F. E. Brown). 

D I4 W Ward 7 GuvFislier, Tartar. Water We lies 
5D 4 5 J Ford 8 Honey Bee. Ivabel, Sherwood 

5- 5 4 H A Wilson 7 Water Welles, Gold Cap, Besom 
45 4% .1 Callahan 7 Kewessa, Sickle. Tartar 

10 3 10 12 J Callahanll Montresor, Isidora, Sickle 
ink J Callahan «» Isidora. Carlton G., (’adeau 

S 1 7 R 5 .T McTag’rtl2 Deduction. JoeKnight. Golliwogg 
2D Ink j McTag’rt (* SherwtMMl. Jno Knight. Deduction 
5D .1 McTag’rt 7 (’ampeou. p. Ahmed. Sherwood 
25 3 2 * J McTag’rt 6 \\ . Lad. !*.. Thistle. Col. Cook 
4* 25 J McTag’rt 19 Trifler. Briar Path. Wilhite 
l 2 l 3 J McTag’rt 8 Wilhite, B. Thistle. Beaueotip 
By Bearcatcher — Torsido (I. M. Hedrick). 

55 5 >"5.1 McCahey «; Ancon. Caugh Hill. ( arlton G. 

45 3‘J J Mc«’aheyJ> Loretta Dwyer. Americus. Coy 

1 4 l l .T Callahan !) CzarMichael. N’tlierner. Crosshun 

3* 3 4 Byrne 8 T. Mark, L. Travers, T. Urchin 

6 2 6 12 Ambrose 8 Gotelus, Ray o’Light. Pr. Lynn 

D 3 2 i Neyhm 8 B. Cunarder. OldRen. Rayo’ldght 
5 1 If Neylon 10 Stilon. Galaxy. Mordecai 

8‘ Ambrose D> Violet Ray. Delft. Anytime 

1 5 l fl E Martin 12 Lily Orme. El Mahdi. Unfurl 

15 2* J Henry 9 Florin. Salon, Charmeuse 

8 l ° s» .1 Henry 9 Yankee Tree. Charmeuse, Naiad 

1* 2*J Goose 11 F(r. Samuel. Harbard. M. McKoa 

By Mazagan — Sister Juliet ( A . Weber). 

5 :1 4 2 J F Keogh 11 Caugh Hill, Sherwood, Chartier 

ID ID F Keogh (! Caugh llill. Carlton G.. L. Dwyer 

5 l 3 3 5 F Keogh 12 Chartier. Surprising. Marjorie A. 

42 40^ p Keogh 7 Celesta. Monocaey. Star Actress 

l 2 1 ! 5 F Keogh 6 Water Lady, Chuckles, Coy 

2 2 2 l F Keogh 7 Royal Meteor, Elwah. Good Day 

l* 1 1 1 F Keogh J) Celesta, Brave Cunarder, Coy 

l l F Murphy 11 I.uria. Salon. Serenata 
6 l 6’D A Langf’d S Monocaey, El. Bryson, L. II. Adair 

l 1 25 A Langf’d b W.Lady. Dan. March. Monocaey 

2’ 5 U J McIntyre 7 R. Brad ley, Americus, Righteasy 

2 h l h J McIntyre 8 Rye Straw, Chuckles. Cliff Maid 

l l 26 E Martin !) L. Dwyer, Coreopsis, Ven.Strome 

1 1 l 1 H Wolfe S Chartier. Chas.Cannell. H*»lenM. 

1 2 ID J McTag’rtlO P.’s Peak, BigDipper. GuidcPost 

By Hurst Park — Belle Diablo (C. A. Spiet). 

35 3- .1 Hanoverll Caugh llill. Sherwo**d. Ancon 

D l 3 J Hanoverl2 Surprising. Ancon. Marjorie A. 

2 4 I” .1 Hanover ti Dan. March, Boh R.. Good Day 



3-4 1 :16%mud 6-5 103 
55 f 1 :0S%good 6 102 

65 f l:0S%good 20 98 

3-4 1:16 good 60 106 

3-4 1 :15%goo<l 40 109 

3-4 l:15%good 15 103 



12575 


James’ n 


3-4 1:15 fast 


50 


16 4 10 


7 


5 


12469 


Pimlieo 


3 4 1 :13%fast 


f’ld 


103 4 


3 


8 


12330 


I.aurel 


3-4 1:17%slow 


20 


1675 6 


4 


9 


12276 


Laurel 


55 f 1 :10 slop 


10 


99 11 


11 


10 


PROGRESSIVE. 


ch. c, 4 




105 






1256S 


James’ n 


1 1 :4t)%fast 


12 


!*7 7 


4 3 


1 


12".4 


Jamse’ n 


3-4 1 :14%fast 


45 


1*7 4 


6 


5 


1 2565 


James' n 


3-4 L:13%fast 


15 


167 5 


5 


5 


12476 


Pimlico 


3-4 l:14%good 


26 


113 7 


6 


4 


12427 


Pimlico 


3-4 1 :13%fast 


21 


96 8 


9 


10 


12329 


Laurel 


3-4 l:15%slow 


10 


96?. t 


1 


1 


12276 


Laurel 


55 f 1:16 slop 


3 


108' 7 


8 


9 


12180 


Laurel 


3-4 1 :15%slow 


2 


106 1 


2 


2 


12053 


I^aurel 


3 4 1 :15%fast 


4 A 


100 1 


3 


5 


11559 


H.deG’ce 


lmTOy 1 : 44% fast 


11-5 


102 2 


1 1 


2 


11346 


H.deG’ce 


3-4 l:13%fast 


35 


103 1 


4 


2 



By McGee — Rose May (Mrs. W. H. Frey). 



S s ,; <1 Corey 
6 3 6 10 M Buxton 
75 7 s C Turner 
6 ,; 6* W Obert 
3‘ 3 3 J W Obert 
8 2 W ()l>ert 
7 2 7 ,2 5E Martin 



8 Alledo. Jim Savage, Mona G. 
7 Kewpie. Finalee. Gerthelma 



111S4 H.deG’ ce 3-4 l:13%fast 3 
SUSAN B., ch. f, 3 

13394 (’harle’n 55 f l:08%gond 7 
13316 ('harle’n 5-8 1:02 good 20 
11772 Laun 1 5’ f 1 :09%hvy 20 



9 Yel. Flower, May Shaw, Chevron 13316 ('harle’n 5-8 1:02 goo( 

8 Electrician, Finalee, Norma L. 11772 Laurel 55 f l:09%hvy 

s Ravenhall, Still Day. J. llanover 11698 H.deGrace 55 f l:07%fast 

9 Norma L., Gerthelma, Kewpie 11557 H.deGrace 55 f l:07%fast 

8 Sir Edgar, Zangarts*. Chevron 11294 H.deGrace 55 f l:07%fast 



By The Scribe — English Esther (W. G. King-Dodds). 
By Goldcrest — Flcda B (R. F. Carman). 



11557 H.deGrace 55 f l:07%fast 10 
11*294 H.deGrace 55 f 1 :07%fast 2 
1114 i H.deGrace 5-8 l:0l%fast 6 
10779 Saratoga 54 f 1 :0S%good 5 



10370 Saratoga 
102S0 Saratoga 



54 f l:(»7%fast 
51 f 1:07 fast 



10145 Saratoga 55 f 1 :09 good 5 



SECOND RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. 



TOY. br. c, 4 

15263 (’liarle’n 
33270 Charle’n 
13196 Charle’n 
13161 Charle’n 
12462 Latonia 



3-4 l:17%slow 4 115 

5J f l:09%good 4 114 

* 1 1 :44%8 r Ood 12 104 

1 l:44%good 20 105 

3-4 1:19 mud f’ld ](M 



Latonia lm70y 1 :45%fast f’ld 1095 8 



By The Scribe — Dulcinea (H. H. Emmons'. 

4 4 ,0 A\Y Obert s Miss Velma, Stentor. Prospect 
mi mi obert 12 Inferno Queen, Bertis, St. Joe 

55 5 12 5M Buxton 12 Dr. Jackson, T. Hancock. Stentor 
6D 5 3 } J McTag’rtll Snowflakes. Ruisseau. T.Hancock 
8 1 " S’ J H Woods 11 J. H. Barr. (J.Slave. Geo.Oxnard 



12304 Latonia 



3-4 1 :lS%hvy 



12 Beulah S.. Billy Holder, Lodona i^ir.S Charle’n 



11642 H.deGrace 3-4 1:13%fast 100 100 14 

11154 H.deGrace 55 f l:09%hvy 20 107 7 

1L54 H.deG’ce lm70yl :45%fast 100 109 f» 
31145 H.deG’ce lm70yl :46%fast 30 109 6 

10405 Saratoga 1 1:40 fast 20 100 4 

17 latonia 3-4 1:151 mud 14 103 4 

M0ISANT. b. m, 5 112 

.126 ('ha lb n 5 5 f 1 :09%gOOd 10 110 2 

192 Charle’n 55 f l:10%good 3 112 4 

33115 Charle’n 3-4 l:16%good 9-5 110 3 

•4u Charle’n 1 l:44%good 2 1*>7 3 

Charle'n 3-4 lAJ’r.slow 5 111 2 

S19 ('harle’n 1 1 :44%good 15 112 6 



7 4 7 ,4 JF Benton 11 (ilint. Transport, Roos 



14 14 13 l 13»«5Cainpbell 
8 8 7 6 1 * Upton 

! 4 5 6* 6 10 Upton 

! 4 6 7* 7 1 * Upton 

[477 7 1 *5 Ambrose 
7 5 45 2* Buxton 



3 4 M. Moments. I. Lcstrade. Lit.Ep 5 :*,051 Charle’n 
8 Garth, Inferno Queen, Venetian 13014 ('harle’n 
8 Sepulveda, Tay Pay. Frog F’973 Charle’n 

8 Tay Pay. Nello. Dartworth l^^qg charle’n 

7 A* i rile. Scallywag. Little Jupiter c/ s 5g charle’n 



11 Yorkville, C.King. Ixird Marshall charle’n 



By Hamburg — Ascension (J. J. Livingston). 12712 Charle’n o-4 1 :16 

5 4 4 n iM Nathan 10 I'ly. Yankee, BlaekChief, Nimbus CHARTIER. hlk. h, 5 
ink M Nathan 15 ComingUoon. TlieoCook, H. Creek i,°,4J!* ('liarle'u *3-4 l:lt;> 



»4«> Charle’n 1 l:44%good 2 
•►4 Charle n 3-4 lA£%slow 5 
S19 ('harle’n 1 l:44%good 15 
70 James’ n lmTOv l:46%fast 10 
•^0 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:49%fast 107 
iT)MB0Y, h. f. 3 

7u (’harle’n 3-11:18 good 20 
12451 Charle’n 3-4 l:18%mud 15 
1325<> ('harle’n 3-4 l:16%good 30 
13271 ('harle’n 65 f 1:10 good 12 
33216 Charle'n 3-4 l:18%mud lo 
131M Charle’n 3-4 1:17 good 20 
12.161 Charle’n 1 1 :44%good 20 

13127 Charle’n 65 f 1 :09%good 12 
33061 Charle’n 3-4 l:17%good 12 

BIG ROCK, ch. h. 6 

. is 2 charle'n :*• 4 1 :l*<%.good 12 



15 2 1 M Nathan 10 Elsewhere, Toison d’Or, Eaton 
25 2D M Nathan S Fiel, Jim Caflrey. Tay Pay 



2 2 1*» 2 l i M Nathan 31 Stealaway, Henotic, Tlieo Cook 1 Charle’n 



94m 1 latonia 5-8 l:00%fast 11-6 309 4 

ANCON, b. g. 4 115 

13129 Charle’n 3-4 l:16%good 35 123 8 

194 ■ Ti; 1 e’n 55 1 1 :( 8%good l 1 10 4 

1:4352 Charle’n 3-4 l:14%good 7 110 9 

13285 Charle’n 7-8 1:28 good 1S-5 110 3 

13249 Charle’n 3-4 1:16 slow 11-5 109 3 

13207 Charle’n 7-8 l:29%good 6 107 1 

13158 Charle’n 5* f l:07%good 10 105 7 

13106 Chai •' n 5} f l:08%good 8 106 2 

13051 Charle'n 7-S 1:29 good 20 103 4 

13014 Charle’n 3-4 1:16 slow 8 305 6 

12973 Charle’n 55 f 1 :10 hvy 25 105 1 

12896 Charle’n 3-4 1:17 hvy ‘25 123 4 

12826 Charle’n 5?. f 1 :08%goodl7-10 107 1 

12738 Charle’n 6t f 1 :08%good 6 119 3 

12712 Charle’n 3-4 1:16 good 13-5 100 1 

CHARTIER. blk. h, 5 117 

13429 Charle'n 3-4 l:l6%good 10 12*: 4 

12352 Charle'n 3-4 l:14%good 8 108 1 

1232S Charle'n lm7<iy 1:47 good 7 pr: 4 



45 ti 9 M Nathan 12 Sir Denrah. Reno. Sclialler 



97 3 5 

109 5 4 

303 10 5 

97 9 9 

86 11 7 

935 4 3 10 
99 3 2 

95 1 3 



13262 Charle'n 



S 1 :28 good 4 
f l:0S%good 15 



8 1 10 13 ?. Ambrose 
I s 1« E Martin 
15 25 J Henry 
8»« 8® .1 Henry 
l 1 2‘| Goose 



ID 1% F Keogh 
5 l 3 3 5 F Keogh 
4 2 4% F Keogh 
l 2 VI F Keogh 
2 2 2 1 F Keogh 
lh 11 F Keogh 



4 4 4D 4 10 5Xathan IS J.Caffrey, Capt. Elliott. B. Baker 12197 Charle’n lm^tv l:44%KOod 2 

2 2 25 6 C 3 Sumter 9 Billy Vanderveer. R’ckFish. Frog i:;i70 ('harle’n 

By Yankee — Bold Girl (J. P. Johnson). 12139 (’harle’n 

6 6 l 1 2D R Neander !» Helen M.. Hill Stream. Stucco 13092 Charb 'n 

5 6 65 6 r, ~ E Martin Ul Aus.Si urtevant. Castara. Barium 13*'*37 Charle’n 

4 4 45 4 7 .T Hanover 9 Semi quaver, Castara, R. Gordon 12S7o Charle’n 

5 4 (jnk fist w Obert 11 Castara, Votes, Terra lilanco 12827 Charle'n 

9 10 10 5 9> 2 JJ Callahanll Fasces. Nimbus, Queed 128<i6 Charle'n 

85 8 f i J Smythe 13 T. Busybody. Dr.Dough’ty. Queefl 12771 Charle’n 



i:’.t27 Charle’n 3 

1 2.262 (’harle’n 3 

1 183.1 Syracuse 
11319 Syracuse 
PI398 Fort Erie 
SINGLE RAY, br 
12470 ( 'harle’n 
32 9:5 ('harle’n 
13327 Charle’n 
32259 Charle’n 
33205 Charle'n 
13168 Charle'n f 
33126 ('harle’n 
13012 Charle’n 5 

1*2934 Charle’n 5 

3 1.792 Charle’n 
32782 Charle’n 
12731 Charle’n 
32700 Charle’n 



2 4 l:16%good 6 



3-4 1:17 slow 8-5 113 

1 1:46 slow 6 154 

3-4 1:12$ fast 7 109 

3-4 l:13%good 30 10S 

>r. c, 3 103 

:: 1 1 :1n good 32 99 

3 4 1:17 mud 4 91 

:; I 1 :16‘%good _0 9*( 

2 4 1 :16%good 20 99 

3 1 1 :18%good 20 306 

5X f 3 : 1(» good 11-5 99 
55 f 1:11 good 10 95 

55 f 1:10%slow 50 1055 

51 f l:ll%mud 10 93 

3 4 l:16%good 60 91 

7 8 1 :29%gOod 30 109 

7-8 l:30%good 40 94 

3-4 1 :l7*5good 20 107 



MIKE COHEN, blk. g. 3 

13493 Charle’n D f l:P»%good 



1: 829 ('liarle’n 

13258 ( ’ha rle’ > . 
122* »4 Charle’n 
13104 Charle’n 
:> k *8 Charle’n 
Charle’n 
32970 Charle’n 
1 2766 Charle n 



1 1:45 good 7 
2 4 l:16%good 10 
3-4 1:18 good 8 
1 l:46%good 8 
2 4 1 :16%good 30 
5?. f 1 :ll%hvy 10 
5?. f 1 :12%hvy 30 

3-4 1 :16%good 60 



BELLE CHILTON, b. f. 4 

charl»*’n 55 f 3:(>9%good 10 



l?,2.u « h;»rl»- n 
3282** ( 'harle’n 
1*2622 Chari-- n 
12306 Ijaurel 
3 1533 Dorval 
1141** Dorval 



3-4 1 :17 good 4** 
5-8 1:**3 good 2*> 
8-4 l:17%hvy 300 
5-8 1 :03%slow 8 
3-4 1:19 hvy 30 



11230 Duffer in Ab5-8 1 :03%fast 3 
MALIK, hr. c. 3 

.'hai l* Ti 2 4 1 :1S%mud 3< 

’ ;*•• ’l.ane n 8 4 3:17 mud 8 

i • *hai le’ n 1 l:42%goo<l 1 

•jv: r.i T 8 11 : 16 good 1’ 

132* >4 ('haie’n 3 1 1:1S good 3 

18P»4 charle’n 1 1 :46%good 3 

i::.»|v » liaib- n 8-1 l:16%good 20 
: : charle’n o- 1 . f l:10%slow 15 



10 9 8* 8 f ' J Campbell!! -Snowflakes, Ruisseau. T.Hancock 7 2738 Charle’n 55 

2 2 25 3'i J Callahanll RaleighP.D.. Manson. Com. (’00:1 12717 (’liarle’n 51 

3 5 5*» 5 3 E Martin 14 Skeets, Auto Maid, Our Nugget 1269!) Charle’n 6\ 

By Rock Sand — Bivouac (C. J. Cassidy). MARJORIE A., ch. 

•: •; et 7-D G Burns 12 Discovery. TlHH.(’«Mik. OurNugget 13472 Charle'n 3 

9 7 S 2 7 l5 fJ Smyth 13 Corncraeker, M. Eleanor, Stentor 13352 Charle’n 3- 

0 5 6*> 5“ J Smythe 11 Klfall. Tvro. Floral Crown 13297 Charle’n 3- 

2* W Wright 3 Absconder, Former 13262 Charle’n 55 

3°5 K M’re Belamour, Altamaha 12266 Laurel 

4 5 6 6 19 Lounsb’y H Cowl. Joe Stein. Rus. McGill 12228 I^iurol 55 

Bv Singleton — Lady Rayon (A. G. Blakeley). Rt 

1 7 NDT' 2 \V Ward !* Hel.m M.. Mill Stream. Temboy *1 

3 1 75 6 S 5 J Campbell !♦ D.D’gherty. T.H ceek, T. Hoi land “* S- 

4 5 6*i 8 , %J Smythe B* Man son. I.ostFortune, Carbureter 9 

6 4 4 1 2D F Murphy 10 Gallant Boy, Jezail, Castara i 

1 2 15 1' C Turner S Cal.Boj. It of Ra_-s, T. I -arson ISjH S 

5 4 35 4*4.1 McTag’rtlO Stucco, Bundle <d Rags. lone 1/S-r i *' 9 

2 1 25 2D .T McTag’rt 12 TomHaneock. Cb. Queen. Veilcheu }^T, ® 

7 7 7 6 I0 5D Connelly 7 R. Gordon, T.Hancock. Caraquet }'r“, 9 

5 5 £ : H Sumter s A.la. l-eacock. Banjo Jim Ham on 3- 

4 3 6 s 6' 5 H Sumter 7 Trade Mark. Laura, Supreme o 

4 5 6 5 6 20 D Connelly * Fool o’ Fortune, Behest, SUdlata , *, 

6 6 6* 5 r 5 H Sumter 10 Young Emblem. Behest. Pollyll. ASTROLOGER, blk 

1 1 4‘ 6 7 D Connelly 8 Tomboy, ClitT Maid. Helen 41. 9315 Hamilton 8- 

By Migraine — Emma Louise (L. Marion). 

11 31 IF ♦:% M P.uxton 13 Dainty Mint. Single. Gladys Y. s??! SirlfunK ‘ 

5 8 4^ 4% J McTag’rt 0 Peacock. Beach Sand. F. Crown ^ 

8 8 8* 7 12 iJ McTag’rt 8 Watei Lad. B. Around, B. of Rags ?i : ,7 KS! 7.2 o 

9 8 6D 4* M Nathan 8 Colfax. B.ofVamly. L.o’K’cahly ™ V‘^ ' tn . v n % 

5 6 4 ; 4'D R Neanderll Snowflakes. Kettlerlr’in. Peacock r SJ!! 

11 M W*10 2 |J McIntyre 12 Caller On, Stellata, Malik ™ ' , 

7 6 6 2 5 7 § R Neander S Banjo Jim, Caller On, Peacock W. CLARK, b. 

9 9 8 l 8 11 J Callahan 10 Jezail, Lady Innocence, Silicic 18692 Charle "_n 8 

8 S 8* 8 9 5 E Martin 10 Pluvious, Flying Yankee, WKlis ] 2SS2 Charle’n a- 

By Chilton— Bermuda Dance (W. Young). Connaught 8 - 

i :: 5 2 fi* W Doyle 12 Inferno Queen. Toy. Bertis ^ Ha™Uon 3- 

1 ! 55 S'-DW Doyle 1() FordMai. Dr.Jackson, Boi dottc rS 

P> 30 !*h 9 7 4 J Callahan 12 TerraBlanco, Tombov, Elsewhere Donnaugnc 

10 11 11 11 28 4 Alley II Lor. Dwyer. Luce. G. of Allah 

1 2 8** 5 13 4Gould 8 Oakley. Stanley H.. Lady Etna FOURTH RAC 

5 5 6 6 ,s JObert 6 V.Strome, O.theSands. T.B’body 

3* .7 MelutyrelO Danville II. . C’stitucnt. S.Nolte OLD BEN, b. g, 3 

By Ildrim — Margaret Angela (F. W. Ashe). i 

!* !* 13- 33 ''DC Irvin 13 A. Slurlevanl. Castara. Barium J*;”! Charle n lni-0 



13170 ('harle’n 8 1 1:15 good 12 1**7 3 

18339 Charle’n 8-1 l:15%good 8 in!* 6 

13092 Charle'n 3 l 1:15 good 12 165 *'• 

13037 Charle’n 8-4 l:15%good 8 114 8 

12870 Charle’n 3-4 1:16%mud 11-5 116 7 

12827 Charle'n 8-4 l:15%good 20 116 4 

12866 Charle'n 5A f 1 :0S%good 10 116 8 

12771 Charle’n 1 l:43%,good 14-5 119 1 

I D78S Charle’n 55 f l:os%good t 5 125 2 

| 12717 ('harle’n 5.V f l:6S%good 8J 115 8 

12699 Charle’n 6A f 1:23 good 6-3 314 5 

MARJORIE A., ch. m. 6 108 

18472 Charle’n 8 1 1:16 good 4' p>9 8 

13352 Charle’n 3-4 l:14%good 24 110 5 

13297 Charle’n 3-4 1:15 good 44 109 2 

13262 Charle’n 54 f 1 :0S%good 9-5 mo 4 

12266 Laurel 3-4 1 : 15% mud 9-5 104 5 

12228 laurel 5* f l:ll%slow 33-5 102 1 



5 2 5 9 2 G Corey 
3* 25 W Obert 
3.\ l| G Corey 
1>. 2 l R Pickett 
8 A It Pickett 
7* s B i| (' Turner 
5* C Borel 
7 !0 7 5 C Borel 
4- 5 4 4 (1 Byrne 
2 2 2 4 G Byrne 
ID 3D Jt Goose 
2 h 2 1 R Goose 
iu iii it Goose 
ID 2nk Buxton 



7 Celesta. Monocaey. Star Act res-; 
s Deposit. 1». Cunarder. Caughlliil 
7 Earl of Savoy. F. Hudson. Mol.S. 
(*. Roy. Meteor, (’ampeou. RoyalTea 
s Rightcasv. Yenghee. Sen na I a 
s It. Motcrtr. I Hudson. W. Lady 
!* Loretta Dwyer. Yenghee. Amoret 
s I.or. Dwyer. Pr.Chap. ('oekspur 
C. Dartworth, Gold Cap. DmpH'sne 
s Coy. Amoret. The Busyliody 
7 Toildliug. Camel. Gerrard 
s Ancon, ('has. Cannell, Helen M. 
!* Americus. V. Stromo. RyeStraw 
s Serviccnee, T. Holland. E.ofSavoy 



11661 H.deGrace 8 4 1!3 fast 6-5 113 1 
11558 H.deGrace 5^ f 1:06 fast 18-5 305 4 



11452 


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5 


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11220 H.deGrace 


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45 


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10512 


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35 


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10375 


Fort Erie 


3-4 


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6 


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5 


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8274 Pimlico 1 1 : 40% fast 53 

8176 Pimlico 3-4 l:13%fast 127 
7937 Pimlico 3-4 l:14%fast — 
6587 Jamestown 3-4 1:14^ fast 
6575 Jamestown 8-4 1:15 fast 
W. W. CLARK, b. g, 6 
18692 Charle’n 8-4 1:15 good 
12882 ('liarle’n 5-8 1 :(j3’%mud 
12562 James’ n 8-4 l:lf»%fast 
10831 Connaught 8-4 l:15%fast 
10018 Hamilton 3-4 1 :18 fast 
8986 Connaught 1 l:42%fast 

FOURTH RACE— 1 Mile. 



?. 6 

4 1:15 good 80 
N 1 :63%tnud 20 



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106 


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3 


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11 


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112 



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CliaiT n 8 4 1:17 good 12 


112 

111 


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lm20v l:48%mud 15 


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5( f 1:10 good 6 


108 


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5.A f 1:11 good 2 


112 


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5?. f 1 :69%good 15 


109 


9 


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3-4 1:15 fast 7 


108 


8 


6 


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12557 


Jatnes'n 


3-4 l:13%fast 8 


112 


6 


8 


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71 


12524 


James’ n 


3-4 1:16 hvy 10 


113 


6 


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3-4 1:15 fast 5 


110 


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32459 


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3-4 1 :14%fast 13 


lot 


6 


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3-4 1:14 fast 47 


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3-4 1:17 good 4*> 


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115 


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3-4 1:17 mud 60 


116 


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llij 3 


2 3 


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61 f 1 :09Vr>good 25 


117 


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110 


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6> 6 9 4 J Smyth 1<* B. Baker, Dr. Jackson, .1. Monck ^arl-’n 1:1? gooa n-o ig o 

4D l*i H Sumter 12 It. Cook. L.Imioceui'e, C.Beachey !°, n s 4 

7 2 7'? J Hanover 1) Colfax. B.nfX’andy. L.o’K'caldv }.7?=1 £5 arl l l , ? I "H ' or S ? inx’ fi 

7A 7 13 C Turner 11 Snowflakes, Kettledrum. Peacock hwm r’hnriOhill 3^4 l-'l 'S? 23-10 107^ 1 

4’ 8- A Nicklaus 12 Caller On. Stellata. The Parson 1* -tfast 6’ 10 98 6 

S* *• i ' Callahan 7 HIM*. T.II«ii(*ock, < »ra.,..et }gg H i:n % fa?t *7 “ m 1 

By Planudes — Gunrod (F. A. Hcrold). UVfi.-, r> OU gias 8-1 l:13%fast 5 308 5 

6‘A 5 3 A .1 McCahey .15 Dustpan. M. Primity. (’. Beaehey n71l Douglas 5Jf l:06%fast 54 107^12 

9- 6 s .T McCahey 3«* J go Monck. Sclialler, Dr.Jackson 11681 Douglas 5A f 1 :07%fast 33-10 108 10 

5 2 6D .1 McCahey 13 L. Wells, Country Boy. Bevcrstein U294 H.deGrace 54 f l:07%fast 5J 109 7 

8* 8' A J McCaheyl 2 T. Hancock. Single Ray. C. Queen 10829 Saratoga 7-8 1:31 hvy 2-5 107 4 

6‘ 6 s i J McCahey 1) Laura. Ann Tilly. Votes t0726 Saratoga 3-4 l:13%fast 15-20 109 1 

6' 6- McCahey 14 Itey, Sackcloth. Little England 10520 Saratoga 8-4 1:15 fast 13-5 105 9 



3-4 


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114 


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3-4 1 :13%fast 5 
5A f 1 :06%fast 51 



r.»2 McCahey 
5* McCahey 



10520 Saratoga 



11 Anavri. Sylvestris. VenetaStrome 10464 Saratoga 51 f 1 :07 fast 



fast 13-5 105 9 



31 Warbler Arran Incision 1VArj UJUWJ1M , ca . c , 

11 Anavri, Little England, B. Chief , .. , i i 4 - i . 
V r Ca t% f EI! ^ tt n ^redna \y v , charle’n 5A f 1:09 

5 Gold Cap. Water Welles. Napier 040 Char lean 11:41 



1 3 2 1 1 2 1 - JR Hall 35 Dustpan. M. Primity. ('. Beaehey 13080 Charle’n 

9 S 1 i 7 5 3 R Pickett 10 Barium. Dustpan. Lady Innocence 13028 Charle’n 

.0 9D 8 6 2 C Knight 15 Font, Nimbus, Castara 129S5 Charle’n 

6 10 10 ,9 ?.C Knight 10 B. Baker. Dr. Jackson. J. Monck 12950 Charle’n 



IVAN GARDNER, ch. c. 3 

13454 Charle’n 1 14 2:12 mud 20 
13892 Charle’n 55 f 1:09 good 4 
13340 Charleon 1 1:41 good 25 
13296 Charle’n lm’JOy l:43%good 30 
13080 Charle’n 8 4 l:15%good 15 



1*6 4 4 
103 6 



11 Fasces. Nimbus. Queed 



12781 Charle'n 



3-4 1:16 good 10 
1 1 :44%mud 12 
3 4 1 :16%mud 12 
3-4 1:13 good 1 <j0 



7 2 7 4 f W r Ward 12 T. Hancock. Single Ray. C.Queen harleT) 



CHARLESTONIAN, hr. g. 3 



BODKIN, ch. g. 



18498 Charle’n lm2*'y 1 :47%good 8 p»7 8 

18446 Charle’n C-4 1:l*%niud 26 ll*» , 
18416 Charle’n CAfl:10 good 40 IP* P* 
13*271 Charle’n 5J f 1:10 good 15 114 1 

12975 Charle’n 64 f l:11%hvy 7 114 7 

12880 Charle’n 3-4 1:18 mud 6 ion > 

126-23 Gha He n 5-8 1 :02%good 40 113 3 

12*2*29 laurel 61 f 1 :12 slow fi 1*7 4 

11271 D.ifferin Ab5-8 1 :03%fast 6 16 

11155 Duffer in Ab5-8 1 :03 fast 2* 113 

11043 Dufferin Al»5-8 1 :03%good 3 HI 

10609 H’ crest Ab5-8 l:01%fast 4 103 

BAD NEWS n„ b. g, 6 ^ 1M 

33444 Charle’n lm20y l:48%mud 30 107 3 3 

13432 Charle’n lm20y l:45%good 100 106 2 3 

13127 Charle’n f! f l:09%good 100 114 12 

32975 Charle’n f.j f l:ll%hvy 60 314 10 

9901 KingEd. 3 1-16 1:53 slow 15 100 

9845 KingEd. 1 1-1C 1 :51%fast 4 107 

9503 Del’ rnier 1 1-16 l:48%fast 10 10;. 

9397 Del’mier 1 1-16 l:51%fast 4 108 

9010 Conn’ ght 11-8 1:58 fast 30 99 J 4 

8515 Electric 1 1-16 2:02 hvy 11-10 103 



By Fatherless — Watita (A. W. Foulk). 12950 Charle’n 3 

8 I 6 3 5-1 C Turner 10 C.F.Grainger. T.Hermit. S. Times 12751 Charle’n 8- 

P> ]*» lo p»7.A it NeanderlO Barium. Dustpan. I.ady Innocence 12703 Charle’n 5A 

3 5 4 1 4 4 A Nicklausl.’J L.WVlls, Country Boy, Beversteln 12486 Pimlico 3- 

2 3 7‘i 8 4 C Turner 11 Castara, Votes, Terra Blanco 12457 Pimlico 6£ 

8 9 8® S 11 C Turner 10 Dick’sPet, T.H’ncock. BelleTerre 12403 Pimlico 5£ 

3 3 4 i *5 4 J McTag’rt 9 Camellia, Cynosure. Ques. Mark 1(*672 Saratoga 3- 

1<* 11 11 1P*» .1 Hanoverll Righteasy. Ann Tilly. C.Beachey infill Sara toga 5J 

1 2 2'J 3*| J McTag’rt 8 Votes. Mollie Richards, Jonquil 10181 Saratoga 5i 

4 ‘1 F Moore 8 Pass On. FleldFlower. I’hilopena DEPOSIT < h r 3 

5 5 } F Moore 10 Bavell Lutz. Irishtown. Noon ri? Charle’n •» 

3 2 J F Moore 9 LadyLtna. P. Davis. Brightstone i (’harle’n lm70 

3 3 Hall 9 CherrySeed, LouLanier. F’child JgJj chlrlt’S ° 

By G. Herrmann— Performance (Mrs. J. McCarthy). 13316 Charle’n 5- 
7 7 S' 7 1C E Martin 10 J’ge Monck, Sclialler. Dr.Jackson 13262 Charle’n 5 £ 

6 5 5f 7 17 E Martin 7 Ta Nun Da. Jacob Bunn. Prospect 13195 Charle’n 3- 



8-4 l:15%good 18-5 lit 
3-4 l:16%mud 6-5 US 



51 f l:0S%fast 
3-4 1 !4%slovv 
5.J f 1 ;(»8%f H st 



13472 Charle’n 3-4 1:16 good 5 
13376 ('harle’n ltn70y l:47%mud 8 



13840 Charle’n 



13 10 lOnkiiiojw Doyle 14 Raleigh P. 1).. Manson. Tombov 130*28 Charle’n 
6 6 9 2 9 5t H Skirvin lo Dick’sPet. T.H’ncock. BelleTerre 12950 Charle’n 

9 20 Stirling 11 Agnier, Ursula Emma. Kittery 1288*2 Charle n 

6**^ Franklin 9 Mirdli. Max ton. Dust 12856 Charle'n 

5 17 Dennler 8 Cuttyliunk. P. Dumas. BnrnDance 12828 (’harlFn 

2 1 Dennler 10 Barn Dance, Mirdli, L. Maxim 12736 Charle’n 

3 3 2i 3* Dennler 5 J. Reardon. J.Laxson. T.II’ward 12433 I.atonla 

l 4 Dennler 7 Our Nugget, H. M. Sabath, Cat 12107 Churchill 



1 1 :41 good 30 96 1 

5-8 1:02 good 3 106 7 

oh f l:08%good 4 101 1 

3-4 l:l4%good 12 103 4 

3-4 1:16 good 5 108 1 

3 4 l:16%inud 2J 103 1 
5-8 1 :03%*nud 10 105 2 

5J f l:09%good 4 5 114 2 
54 f 1 :09%good 4 105 3 

54 f 1 :09%good 45 115 5 

3-4 l:13%fast 21-5 H’2 2 
54 f 1:07 fast 2| 113 4 



By Prince of Melbourne — Raiment (H. G. Bedwell). 

I * 5" ,l ,J Hanover 5 Wilhite. Deposit. Sherwood 
2*» 4 4 G Corey 12 Chartier, Surprising. Ancon 
3 A 4.1 G Corey 10 Sherwood. Czar Michael. Tarts 
6^ D Lindsay 8 Deposit, Cliartier, B. Cunarder 
2t» 4 ,l iBuxton 5 Spring Board. Tartar, Buskin 
2* 2b Buxton 4 S.J. Johnson. Fred’kL.. P.An’ette 

I ( 2- Deronde (5 Tartar, Kate K.. Rolling Stone 
25 5% Butwell 7 Y. Notions. L.O’M’Life, S. Board 
l 2 35 Deronde 7 Trifler. Honey Bee. Scallywag 

6 6 12 Deronde (» S’tendent. Y. Notions. W. Welles 

F 3i Deronde 9 L.O’M’Life. Hes.Prynne. Sebago 
15 2*» Deronde (» Buckhom. Sherwood. P. Ahmed 
3 2 5 2 J Deronde 8 Useeit. Zini, Floral Park 
l 2 l 4 Deronde 5 T.W.Moon, Upright. Mediator 
6 5* Kederls 0 Calgary. Useeit. Leochares 

2- ih Deronde 5 I*. Zareta, Sir Blaise, Mediator 
1*5 2b Gross 4 Baton. Prince Ahmed. Blackford 

I I F4 Gross 12 Yorkville. Tankard. Montcalm 

3y Star Shoot — Cremorne (T. J. El ward). 

2 1 \ 3 2 4 Hopkins s K ’gilts Differ. Kingly. Carltonf;. 
5\ 5* F A darns 9 Flex. Upright. The Rump 
]>, 5* C Turner 7 Tov. tonField.Spellb'nd. FredLe 
2- 1 3 s D Hoffman 7 Snr’gBoard. CliffEdge. Mer.Task 
4 3 5% I* Hoffman 8 IIoi ron. C. o’ the Walk. Priscil’n 
5% 4% Butwell 11 Lord Wells, Top Gun. Rae. Belle 
I 1 ” l 3 D IIoffmanl2 Little Pal. Dustpan. The Squire 
4'.’. *2 D Hoffman 11 Bredwell, M. Moments, S. Sparks 
Bv Wadsworth — Veneta (F. Clarkson). 

S 7 % A Nicklaus 8 R. Meteor. F. Hudson. W. Lady 
4 B 4 4: ,‘ A Nicklaus - r . Coy. Deposit. Lady Lightning 
3 1 4% Nathan D* II. Prynne. Ch.RoselL. Brynary 
6*. 5 3 2 Gullet t 8 II.Ritto, LordLadas. Corncraeker 

4 B 2 2 Gullet t 12 W. 1’itzer, II. Ritte, S. Chirk 
4‘ 3=4 Gullet t S Malamonr. ('linton. Abdon 



Derby Preliminary Handicap. ( 124-8 -1 :4 a* 1 ., 4 — 1<6-. 

By Ben Brush — Commune (W. G. Yankc). 

5 2 5 1‘5 C Bon.-l 5 S’prisiug. K’fiiag". Charle>i..ui iu 

7 3 4 4 1 .” 4 t, i| J Callahan 7 Pardner, Brynlini’h. CanirMieimH 

7 6 8 2 3 2 C Borel 9 C. Michael, I’. Hermis, Chuckles 

8 6 35 l l C Borel 8 Deposit. Br. Cunarder, I. Gardner 

f, ^ l 1 l - J Callahan 7 Celesta. Samuel R. Meyer. Tarts 
6 6 35 2’b G P.vrne 8 B. Cunarder, Deposit, WaterLady 

fi 4 (• 4* Borel « IliKlge. Anytime. Bronzewing 

6 5 3 h 35. Borel C» Edith W., B. Brother. F. Degree 

7 5 4 1 3‘5 E Martin 7 Brad. Choice, EditbW., Em Gem 

4 3 3 4 3 3 5 Buxton 5 Black Toney, Bringhurst. Tl<»dgo 

5 5 3 s 3>i ,T McCabe 5 Ralph. B. Brother. L. Nephew 

11 11 35 2 4 Borel 12 Edith W.. Katina. Br. Brother 

10 10 7b 2»it Borel 11 Bae. Ambition. Dr. Kendall 

7 5 4 3 2 2 Borel 8 B. Cunarder, SusanB., Rayo’Ligtb 

4 3 3 1| 1‘ Borel (» Heart l>eat. Flask. Small 

4 3 2* 2b Borel 4 Bae. Bayhead. Surpassing 

9 6 6 1 3 4 Borel 10 Undaunted. Drift. Salon 

10 10 4 2 3* Borel 10 Stiperint’d’t. N’therner. Y.Tr- e 

By Ivan the Terrible — Miss Gardner (C. S. Wilson). 
4 2 1 1*.A l" .1 Smyth (» Counterpart. Bob R.. G.M. Miller 

6 4 4h" 8 3 J Mcintvre 8 C. Cannell. H. Stream. Surpassing 

6 7 7 65 6‘* II Sumter 7 Celesta. JoeDoibold. JohnFurlong 

4 4 4 4° 4 s H Sumter N Republican, JooDeibold. Pardtwr 

7 7 5 4 5 5 5 G Byrne 7 Korfhage, H. Class. B. Cuuarder 

7 7 6 2 4 3 K Martin 8 Old Ben, Deposit, Br. Cunarder 

3 4 4 5 4 5«5 H Sumter « Dartw'tb. Brynlimah, Pr.Herniis 

6 6 4 l 3* R Neander 6 Deposit. Charlestonian. Boly Hill 

6 6 6 5«4 W Ward G L.H. Adair. Win. Witch, Celesta 

Bv Woolsthorpe — Espionage (J. W. Messervy). 

3 4 4 2 4 4 A J Hanover 5 Old Ben. Surprising. Korfhage 

2 2 25 2| J McCahey 0 Deposit, Ivan Gardner. Boly Hill 

2 2 25 2h J McCahey r> ’farts, Br. Cunarder. Grosvenor 



, Besom. Ambrose 
Prince Chilton. Canto 



By Woolsthorpe — Mrs. Malaprop (A. Weber). 

J. 1 2» .1 McTag’rt 5 Wilhite, Sherwood. Palanquin 

2'5 4 5 J .1 McTag’rt r* Pardner, Boh R.. G. M. Miller 
7 7'%.I Callahan 7 Celesta. JoeDeihoId. JohnFurlong 

T 7 ,5 4 F Keogh 9 Lor. Dwyer. Americus, Susan B 

15 14 J McTag'rt 8 Chartier, B.Cunarder, Caughlliil 

6 2 5 3 1 F Keogh 9 Pr. Hermis. Br. Cunarder. Coy 

l 2 2 1 F Keogh 8 Old Ben. B. Cunarder. T. Gardner 

1- i>. c Turner G Charlestonian. I .Gardner, B.llill 

2 5 25 C Turner 9 Coy, I.adyLightutng. W.W. Clark 

15 lb C Turner S Dainty Mint, Bugarlau Kuuway 

2*| 3% M Buxton «S B.Cuarder, Old Ben. Waterlanly 

15 2 3 R Goose 8 Bastante, Greenbrae, DalntyMint 

lb 6 7 4 Keogh 11 Constant. San Vega. King Worth 

l l l l Keogh 12 Bob Hensley, Isab. Valle, Nash 



2* 2b Borel 
6* 3 4 Borel 

4 2 3* Borel 



4-5 


94 J 


3 


2 


4 


3 2 


3 3 .1 McCahey r, 


3 


112 


1 


1 


1 


1b 


1» McCahey 8 


19 


97 


7 


4 




3 2 


3% McCahey 9 


4 


Mt 


4 


1 


1 


I s 


l 2 McCahey 10 


20 


1<*7 


5 


6 


6 


5* 


6‘®JT Davies 9 


6 


105 


14 


14 


13 


r.s 


13 1 5 .1 McTag’t 1"> 


30 


112 


7 


8 


8 


8 


8>* C Grand 8 




DATEYi (RACING FORM. 



FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1914. 



FOLLY H.. b. f, 

I34S6 * IlHT l< it 
13365 Oharlc’n 
13281 Charle’n 3 
13157 Charle ’n 3 
13118 Charle’n 3 
13064 Charle’n 
13971 Charle’n 3 
13731 ('harle’n 7 
12576 James’ n 
12552 James’ n 51 
12533 James' n 5- 
122S» laurel 3- 

13239 Laurel 51 
13 163 l.aur» l 3- 

1ND0LENCE, b. c, 
13352 Charle’n 3 
13395 Charle’n lm2<i 
12027 (’hurchill 
11851 Douglas 
11145 BlueBon. 54 
1 14)01 BlueBon. 54 
10X44 Connaught 3- 
10627 Windsor 5* 
10552 Windsor 54 



f, 3 102 

1 lH4%gmnl 9 5 96 

1 I : 45 slow 7-10 105 
3 l 1 : 15%good s-5 96 

5-4 l:15%gn»d 15 loo 
3-4 1:16 good 7 102 

1 1:43 good 9-5 98 

3-4 1 :17Vfchvv 10 99 

7-8 l:30%good 8-5 104 
1 1 :42%last 10 101 



By Heno— Polly (W. Cahill). 

3 s 1 1 J McTag'rt 7 Myccmie. 
l l l 3 J McTag'rt 7 l’renl I lev 
44 4 7 J McCahey 0 V**lilH»rp«\ 



H f 1 :'t8%fast 6 


110 


8 


9 


9 


9 s 


,i-8 1 :02%good 40 


105 


1 


8 


8 


8 l 


2-4 1:19 slop 18-3 


110 


8 


9 


7 


4 s 


5£ f 1 :08%good 3 


l(ff 


1 


10 


7 


4 2 


3-4 l:14%fast 5 


102 


5 


8 


8 


5k 


. c, 3 

2 4 l:14%good 40 


98 

96 


3 


12 


12 


12 


m20y 1 :43%good loO 


94 


6 


7 6 


6 


T,\ 


1 1 :43%mud 44 


106 


5 


2 6 


8 


10 


1 l:39 4 ifast rid 


106 


11 


7 8 


9 


9*> 


f 1 :U7 fast 25 


112 


1 


2 


5 


5 1 


bh f 1 :06%fast 12 


111 


7 


7 


6 




.5-4 1 :15%fast 5 


112 


3 


2 


2 


04 


54 f 1 :ll%hvy 5 


103 


1 


3 


3 


3* 


51 f l:07%fast 7 


98 


4 


1 


3 


3* 



S‘i T 3 W Ward 
6< 5 3 I W Ward 
3 3 3*4 W Ward s «.. Tnas’e, R. Lloyd. l)r. Dgherty 9: 
3 l 3- W Ward 7 Serenata, High (’lass. Supreme 9: 
A 1 3 3 J W Ward Id Y. Emblem. Behest. H.’sBrother 9 
x*; w Ward S T.Urchio. I.. Travers. I.ancewood 8! 
9 3 9' Robert Id El Malidi, Behest, Mordeeai 8' 

8 1 7*| W Ward 9 Yodeling, Executor. Thelma J. 8‘ 
4 s l 1 T Davies 1 1 T. liaucock. L. Tail. Behest M. 
3 4 i J McTag’rt 12 Colors. Bulgar. El Mahdi 
3 J McTag’rtl2 Bedpath, Colors, Louise Travers i ;. 

By McGee — Princess Orna (E. J. Austin). 
ll 1 ;’ J McCahevl2 Cliar tier. Surprising. Ancou 13( 

5 1 - J Smvthe n Kepubliean. JoeDeibohl. l'ardner 12* 
iO 1 ® Gross 12 Antime. Candy Box. Christophine 
.1. „f° ss 42 Belloc. Anytime, Candy Box 12- 

4 J i \\ W TTor 7 IVm. Gem. Amazement. Lvr.Muse L: 
7--u w w TTor S EmeraldGem. (’.Michael, W.Lady 12: 
l h W W TTor (5 CzarMichael. Fathom, I*. Began 12! 



Id Salon. Dainty Mint 
N Lostl’ortunc. B.Ter 



Knisscnii. l ie! 
al. Helen M.. Peacock 
Tony \V . F. Yankee 
uty .Mint, Mes Gayle 



TA NUN DA. b. 



13432 Charle’ n lmi'uy l : 15%good 4-6 1**6 
13342 charl ’n Ini 'ey 1 : 4f%goud S 112 

15371 < 'harle’n 7-8 1:39 good 25 107 



Bulgarian I 1281 



< ’harlo’n 
('harle’n 



7-8 1 .59 good 25 107 S 

1 1 :43%good 15 98 4 

7-S 1 :29%good 100 109 6 



9355 Hamilton 1 1-4 2:05%fast 1S-5 
9288 Ham’ ton 1 1-16 1 : 47% fast 60 
9222 Hamilton 1 l:40%fast 8 

8883 BlueBon. 1 1-8 1 :56%fast 3 

S774 Blue Bon. 1 l:42%fast 5 

8718 Blue Ron 1 1 :41*fast 10 



99 10 10 10 10 
111 11 11 11 8 



MARY ANN K., ch. f. 


4 


IOC 










1342m (’harle’n lin.'ij l 


45 good 3 


9*; 


1 


6 


6 


6 


ir;4«NT ('harle’n ^mJOv 1 


:45%,mud 6-5 


m 


7 


6 


5 


5 


12171 Charle’n 1 1-16 1 


:."<o good 30 


97 


7 


7 


7 


6 


i::09:’< ('harle’n lm2Cy 1 


•43%good 80 


m 


5 


5 


6 


6 


12609 James'n 1 1-10 1 


: 49-- good 4 


100 


2 


3 


4 


3 


1-545 James’n 1 1 16 1 


:49 fast 3 h 


102 


4 


5 


6 


2 


12487 Pimlico I 1-S 1 


:5€^fast 6) 


105 


4 


5 


6 


5 



3* 3 10 W W TTor 7 Patience, 



12242 Laurel 
12211 Laurel 



3 2 1“ IV W TTor 7 Louise Travers, Super*!, Birka 



Travers 12132 Laurel 



FIFTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. 



1 1-16 1 :53%hvy 3-4 101 1 

1 1-16 1 :49%good 2 101 7 

lm70y l :51%hvy 11-5 102 3 

1 1:40 fast 15 99 1 

1 1-16 1:48 fast 9-5 98 5 

lm70v 1 :46 fast 16-5 100 3 



DISCOVERY, b. 

15482 t ’harh-'n 
L344 i < !ha rle’n 
12529 Charle’n 
12241 Laurel 
11528 H.deGrace 



g. 4 111 

5-4 1 : 16%good 10 lie 
3-4 1:18 mud 100 115 



By Ben Biush — Revelation (J. Todd > 



C£ f l:22%good 30 
54 f 1 :09 good 15 
65 f 1 :09%good 2| 



111 Left at the post. 



2- l ! i C Knight 
35 7 s i (’ Knight 



12 ThenCnok. 
d Tony W.. 



11290 H.deGrace 3-1 1:14 fast 



1 0005 Saratoga 
10234 Saratoga 
1«M»! :? Belmont 
9831 Belmont 
97<>u Belmont 
*3ix Belmont 



3-4 1 :13% fast 10 103 7: 

1 3:4o fast 9-5 102 7 

3-4 l:13%fast 4 102 2 

3-4 1:13 fast 10 109 1 

3-4 1:14 fast 4 107 3 



' Robt. Bradley. Gerrard JJf*} ‘Jarle « 



12051 Laurel 1 1-16 1 48 fast 9-5 9S 

11920 Laurel lm70y 1:46 fast 16-5 100 

11561 H.deG’ee lmTOy 1 : 45%fast 6 96 

11344 H.deG’ee lmTOy 1 :45*/ 5 fast 40 95 

10130 Saratoga 1 1 :39%fast 6 91 

9280 Latonia 1 1-16 l:46%fast 21-5 95 

JUDGE M0NCK, b. g. 6 106 



INSPECTOR LESTRADE, cli. g. 5 

! 1751 H.deG’ce lm70yl:44 fast. 12 
. : 7 

11642 II.deGrac 5 4 l:13%tast 20 
11525 ll.deG’ce lni70yl:47 slow 12 
11545 H.deG’ce IniTuyl :46 fast 10 
11254 ll.deG’ce lm70yl :45%fast 2 



13 13 13 13 24 Bur’game 15 Mr. Specs. Monmouth. Brvnavia 
5 4 2«* 2 3 Hopkins 7 Arran. Whis. Belle. Amhurst 

11 10 10H10_"2 Byrue 14 Ndlo. Little Lp. Votes 
S 9 6*4 8*4 Troxler 14 Compliment, Luria, Afterglow 

13 6 6* 5*i E Martin D5 Lady Lightning. Luria, Trifler ! 

I 2 2 3’4 3* Wolfe 8 F.M’hollaml, W. Welles. S.PYess 

i 5 3 3nu 3*J Wolfe 15 Ivabel. Bouncing Lass. Fond 

13 3 5« 5 8 Troxler «; Moutreeor. Cadeau, Progressive 

i 5 5 5 s Troxler 13 Perthshire p, Lass. Moncreif 

By Burgomaster— Trovatora (J. M. Zimmer). 



harle’n 1 l:45%good 10 
'harle’n lm2»»y 1 :4S%mud 15 



1 i INN ll.deG’ce 1 i,j7«»v 1 :45- 



ic,s27 Saratoga 
ln753 Saratoga 
P*7oi Saratoga 
10640 Saratoga 
VOTES, br. f. * 
1-5 4 8 < ’ha rle’n 
13377 Charle’n 
13353 Charle’n 
13294 Charle’n 
13271 Charle’n 
13194 Charle’n 
13128 Charle’n 
13094 Cliarle’n 
13025 Cha rle’n 
12548 James'n 
12528 James’n 



1 1:43 hvy 9-10 102 
1 l:41%slow 12 114 

1 1 :39%fast 7 113 

1 1 :40 fast 8 107 

t 104 

3 4 !:16%gOOd 2 1**' 

1 l:4o*feniud 20 107 

1 l:43%good 15 1U5 

3-4 1:16 good 15 102 

54 f 1:10 good 3J 104 

6J f 1 :09%good 7 109 

55 f 1 TOVsgOOd 2 109 

55 f 1 :09V 5 good 44 1**8 

55 f 1:10 good 12 107 

64 f l:08%fast 54 106 

3-4 l:16%hvy 2 104 



5* 5®i Byrne 
34 3*5 Byrue 
2 s Byrne 
3* 4 7 4 A Wilson 
5 l 4 r ’ A Wilson 
: 

3* 2 4 Xeylon 



2*4 j McTag’rt o Beaucoup, 
3’ 4 T Davies 5 Grasmere, 
3 3 5 T McTag’t 0 E. Bryson. 



!♦ Ivabel. Bonnie Eloise. Little Ep 
9 H. Rose. B. Meteor. L.ofL’gdeii 
14 M. Moments, L.Lp. J.H.H’ghtou 
n Dartworth. Littie.Tupiter, TayPay 
8 Swish. Ardelon. Petelus 
N Sepulveda. Ta.v Pay. Frog 
t> Impres’u. F.Mulh'nd, My Fellow 



154ns Charle’n 
13353 Churle’n 
12315 Charle’n 
13286 Charle’n 
15083 Charle’n 
13ii49 Charle’n 
12904 Charle’n 
12819 Charle’n 
MYCENAE, br 
15486 ( ’harle’n 
15455 Charle’n 



1 l:44%mud 10 10 

1 l:43%good 15 11 

7-8 l:20%good 60 10 

1 1 :43%good 50 11 

1 1:44 good 7 11 

3-4 l:l6%good 13-5 11 



CARBURETER, br. g, 3 



125nf» Charle’n 5-4 
13404 Cha l ie' n 54 f 
15327 Charle’n 5-4 
13169 Charle’n 55 f 

1 2386 Pimlico 55 f 

SI 73 Pimlico 4) f 

7S3S II.deGrace 44 f 

7787 H.deGrace 1-2 
7715 Jamestown 1-2 



5-4 1:16 good 34 lu4 2 

54 f 1:10 mud 7-10 105 7 
5-4 l:16%good 12 89 5 

65 f 1 :10Vr,good 13-5 100 4 
54 f 1 :0S fast F Id 104 5 

44 f 55%fast f’ld 109 8 

45 f 66 fast 5 102 1 

1-2 GOtggood 7 104 2 

1-2 49%fast 7 109 1 



107 


5 


4 3 




03 


iu" T McTag’ 


t 8 


Beaucoup, 


104 

1«»N 


11 


10 




By Voter — Ecatarina (Miss A 

5 ' : ’ .1 Oa i!ah;i n 12 Discovery. 


107 


l 


1 1 


1 


6 2 


8’ 4 IW Doyle 


u 


Volthor|R\ 


105 


10 


8 6 


4 


5uk 


5 s : W Doyle 


10 


B. Baker, 


102 


9 


9 


5 


5»* 


4* R Neande 


r lo 


Semi-quax 


104 


5 


7 


5 


Ah 


Ld F Murj»hy 


11 


Castara. ’1 


109 


10 


10 


10 


64 


7 12 2W Doyle 


JO 


Sy lvcstris. 


109 


9 


10 


M 


8‘J 


7» W Doyle 


1 1 


Flatbush. 


prs 


5 


5 


4 


4 1 


2 4 W Doyle 


9 


Laura, An 


107 


6 


5 


4 


4 2 


3 5 J W Doyle 


N 


Oak land. 


106 


5 


6 


4 


4 l 


5 2 2 Ford 


10 


Incision, 1 


104 


4 


2 


2 


2 s 


2 s Buxton 


7 


J.H.Barr, 


95 

164 




T 


6 


By Salvation — Directa (R. A. 

5*** F 4 .H Bresch 11 Ban. Jim. < 


105 


7 


3 


1 


l 2 


l 4 J McTag’rt 11 


L. lu’cence. 


89 


5 


7 


6 


4' 


32 H Sumter 


10 


Manson. L 


100 


4 


4 


3 


3.4 


2J J McTag': 


L 7 


Roger! lord' 



3-4 1 


:17*5slow 5 


106 


10 




9 


8 


1 1 


l:44%good 10 


101 


12 


7 


5 


5 


g. 5 

1 1 


•G%good 7 


108 

106 


7 


0 


1 


1 


1 1 


: MO. -.mud 7 


1**5 


7 


5 


♦j 


5 


iL’Ov 1 


: l^^good 6 


1M7 


8 


7 


7 


5 


1-8 1 


:38 slow S-5 


102 


4 


5 


3 


2 


i70y 1 


:49Vsgood 2 


105 


1 


6 


6 


4 


1 1 


:45 hvv 20 


115 


7 


6 


5 


2 


*70y 1 


:49 good S 


108 


7 


7 


7 


6 


i70y 1 


:48~r,good 3 


105 


6 


6 


3 


2 


)20y 1 


:45%good 8 


lol 




11 


10 


8 


i29v 1 


:41 l /ngood 7 


101 


7 


7 


7 


7 



Beaucoup. S. Den rab *;*107 ( harle’n lm20y 1 :45%good 8 

Dr.Dnenner. Napier 13u65 f’harle’n lm20y 1 :44%good 7 

Lit. Jupiter. Napier 12962 Charle’n 1 1-4 2:12%hvv 6 

L M. Marrone). l ~** Charte’n I ] »%slo« a 

TheoCimk. OurNuggt’t Mi _ FELLOW, ch. g, 6 
. Coreopsis. Stealaway 1;: 5'. <’liarl* 'n lm.ny l:45%good 12 ! 

Dr. Jackson, J. Monck Charle’n I 1-s 1 :57= 5 goo<l 1« 

or. Incision. Volthorpe 15566 Charle’n 11-8 1:58 slow 60 

Terra Blauco. Little Ep 13263 Charle’n lm20y l:45%good 40 

Lthelburgll., B.Chief lyj® Charle’n 1 5-16 2:03%good 12 



13 13 13 13 
10 10 84 7 



Castara, Juaquin iinus James'n 

u Tilly. Mira Dell James’n 

Fly. Yankee, Bl. chief 1 2558 James’n 



Ban. Jim. < . stain. I.. Innocence 
L. lu’cence. Kettled’m, GladysY. 
Manson. Lost Fortune, C.Cannell 
BogcrGordon. Castara. BaiijoJim 



12608 James’n lm70yl:4S good C-5 10S 
12564 James’n 1 1-S 1:56 fast 5 106 

12558 James’n 11 16 1:49 fast 6 113 



3 13- 'IMcD’m’tt 13 Holiday. PometteBleu. Valkyrie 
84 7 1 -4C Turner 11 Tiieldol, Milky Way, Sanctuary 
44 3-} Robbins 0 Free Trade, Wanita. Edna Liska 



5 1 6»4 Robbins 
Ink i» Connolly 



7277 


Charleston 


3-8 27J good 


3-2 


104 


7 






6 


6 5 5 7 4 


Montour 


7168 


Charleston 


3-8 ‘.ISk hvy 


5 


115 


6 






5 


5 4 4 3 i 


F Moore 


6957 


* 'harleston 


1-4 254 fast 


6 


112 


4 








7 1 5'4 


Corey 


MISS VELMA, ch. f. 4 




104 










Bv Allan-a-Dale— 


12417 


Charle’ n 


5J t 1 .09-\good 


3 


HHt 






2 


2 




J McTag’rt 


13303 


* lia He'll 


3 4 LITVsSlovv 


4 


1"5 


5 




1 


1 


1 4 1 1 4 


.1 McTag i t 


13325 


« 'harle’n 


5J f 1 :09*fegood 


16 5 


102 


4 




4 


4 


3 3 :\i 


J McTag’rt 1 


1327m 


« ha lie’n 


5*. f 1 :09*/f,good 


8 


109 


3 




9 


9 


IMS I"*' 1 


II Wolfe 


JS34 


« 'ha rle’n 


4 4 f 65 fast 


12 


112 








7 


7 7 1 7 


O Fain 


18 ! 4 


< harle'n 


4 4 f 56 fast 


6 5 


109 


4 






5 


6 1 7*» 


O Fain 


1 779 


charle’n 


4' f 56 fast 


00 


108 


6 






7 


4» 3 s 


O Fa i n 


1057 


Cha He n 


12 5o 4 £mu*I 


40 


111 


11 






9 


8* m. 


E Jensen 1 


AUSTIN STURTEVANT, b. g, 8 




114 










By Jean Bereaud- 


13451 


* 'ha rle'n 


3 4 1: In' - mini 


20 


1 13 


5 




1 


1 


1* 1* 


I* Connelly! 


1 3070 


< ’harle’n 


5\ f l:09'jigood 


S 


111 


5 




5 


7 


Out 5 3 4 


Buxton 1 


1 2652 


( ’harle’n 


.< S 1 :02‘;f,g**od 


50 


105 


7 




7 


6 


4* 3‘i, 4 


Obert 


9668 


M in. Sp’ gs 


7-8 1 :32 slow 


15 


116 


4 


7 


7 


5 


5‘ 3'* 


Dale 


9582 


Min.Sp’gs 


5-8 1:03 goo*l 


25 


113 


3 




8 


7 


72 an 


W Dale 


8683 


Del’mier Ab5-8 1:08 slop 


8 


112 










6 13 JFrankliu 


86* H» 


Del’ inter Ab5-8 l:0.}-,hvy 


24 


111 










2* 


Dale 


8557 


Delorimier 


5-8 1 :16 hvy 


5 


114 










1« 


Franklin 


G<!51 


Lexington 


1 1:442 fast 43-10 


147 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 20 34 


MrAH’ry 



i* 1> ree Trade, Wanita. Edna Liska ‘ J larl '' n 
♦» S^mnyBoy. MissW’aters. L’be Idol ’ M lar l e , n 
Zaek W’iggius, Colouel C., Colors 1 ' { burl- n 

7 Bulgar, Harwood. Ave 15040 Charle’n 

7 Otranto. Edna I.eska. Ada 15o02 Charle’n 

9 Gordon. Preserver. Scars dale OUR NUGGET 

-Acushla (A. P. Doyle). 1; : 4S2 ChuiTCn 

7 B. .Masiorson. TonvW. Com. Coon T'4..1 Charle’n 
S Stent or. Prosjiect. T’oy 15287 Charle’n 



12539 James’n 


1 1-4 


2:13 good 7 


109 


9 


4 


3 


2 


2h 


12507 James’n 


1 1-16 


1 :49 fast 


10 


111 


6 


5 


4 


5 


5 4 


12429 Pimlico 


1 3-16 


2:021,4 fast 


f’ld 


105 


7 


7 


7 


2 


01 


FIEL. blk. g. 

13510 « ’harle'n 


4 

1 


1:46 good 


5 


93 

11«* 




6 


6 


4 


4* 


13186 Charle* n 


1 


■ H’Sgood 


7 


95 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 3 


13443 charle’n 


lmTov 


l:4934mud 


15 


94 


6 


6 


6 


0 


4= 


13266 * 'harle’n 


1 18 


1 :5S slow 


8 


1(9 


1 


2 


4 


3 


3 1 


132S6 Charle’n 


1 


1 :43%good 


12 


102 


2 


5 


6 


G 


44 


13209 Charle’n 


1 


1 : 14* - good 


8 


102 


1 


5 


6 


6 


24 


13173 ('’harle'n 


1 m70y 


1:49 good 


10 


104 


6 


6 


6 


5 


4 l 


13119 Charle’n 


lm20y 


1 :45‘- .good 


12 


102 


8 


4 




5 


4b 


13**4*) Charle’n 


1 


1 :44 a -good 


12 


95 


2 


5 


5 


1 


1*3 


12**02 Charle’n 


1 


1 :47%hvy 


44 


104 


5 


6 


G 


G 


3 3 



By Ckuctanunda— Mai (J. Greenwood). 

1* 1° M Buxton 7 Jacob Bunn. Prospect, Monkey 

2 1 2 2 M Buxton 10 Buzz Around, Pliant, Brave 

8 S-' 1 M Buxton S Venghec, Elwab. Copper town 

6»> 6 12 J Campbell 7 G. Treasure. W.Dove. E. of Savoy 

6 6 1 * W Doyle (> Celesta, Sliackleton. Armor 

1* 2« Montour 7 Mollie S., Woodcraft. Napier 

9 8* Montour 10 Blackford, Kdda. VVootlcraft 

8 1 7«| Nathan 1*2 Jacquelina. Gerrard W’oodcraft 

l“k 5# Nathan 10 Naughty Lad.Cdston; I/. M. Eckert 

1*4 1* Montour Cliff Stream. TbeBump, O.I^odye 
I s l«*k Montour 8 (Alston. Black River. Uaklev 

By Northern Star — Polly (P. Hyams). 

6 * 52 J McCahey 8 Coreopsis. Effendi. Ford Mai 
4‘ 54 .1 McCahey s BiilioHaker, Y'dtliorpo. Linbrook 

6 2 J McCahey S EllaBryson. BobR.. C.Asbun ade 

6 6"*JR Neander 0 Eila Bryson. Bob R.. J.»p DeilH»l<i 

2 3 2»4 F Murphy 5 Strenuous. Napier. Spellbound 

- -5 Ford 1 Hedge Rose, Ardelim. The Bump 

ri E ord 5 Gardner. Napier. Colonel Cook 

\\ !! Ford * Mas. Jim. Snell bound, O. Nugget 

3 12 Lord 8 Ella Grane, Haldeman, Frog 

2 4 2 n Ford 0 Volthorpe, Merrv Lad. Stairs 

34 2 4 Ambrose 0 Dartworth. Compliment. Napier 

44 0-5 J McTag rt 8 Flammarion. L. Jupiter. T.Rump 

osi w P I MR i rt i^ Yel.Kyes, D. March, B.Vand’veer 
3* 3 S J .T Me Lag rtl2 Mollie S.. C. Ashmeade, MvF’low 
4 1 4*4 Neander (» Grasmere. Mollies.. C. Ashmeade 

4- 3 13 McCahey 7 C Ashmeade. Beauc’p. F.Mulh’d 
6^ 4®J ,T Daniels 10 BillyHolder. PaQucha. TomKing 

By Ben Brush— Early and Often (C. Herbert). 

2 ,lk 4 4 ’ W Ob* rt 8 B. Around. Milton B.. T.llaneoek 
1*5 14 R Pickett 10 Si lialler. Dr. Jackson, Snowflakes 
.5 6 1R C Turner lo Btiisseau. K.ofUncas. Dr. Jackson 
3 1 5*4 C Turner 10 B. Baker. Dr. Jackson. T. Hancock 
6 4 4*4 C Turner 10 Joe Stein. Batwa. Armor 
710 7. 4 ( ; Burns S Sheri. Holmes, Uelen.M.. J Stein 
7 3 7 15 M Buxton S Fonl Mai. Wood Dove. Helen U 
1’4 14 M Buxton 10 Plain Ann, Bat ouch, LaSainrella 
6 l G'4 J McTag’rtll Steaiaway. Moisant, Henoti, 

54 4 C 4 L Derond«>12 Sir Denrah, Reno, Sclialler. 

By Mazagan — Sweet Marjoram (H. G. Bedwell). 

-" J Hanover 7 l‘olly IF. Ruisseau. Fiel 
4 4 4 4 2 J Sinyth S Tom King, l ay Pay. Font 

5- 3 3 i J McCahey 8 Joe Stein. Veu.Stroiiie. TomKin** 

2 ; 4 2 5 J Smythe 8 Effemli, Pliant, Fiel " 

2 * 2 l R Neander L! V< net aStrome. Pliant, P. Be*»:iu 
1|* - h F Murphy 8 TheTurk. Chemulpo. T.Hancoi-k 

6 3 6 11 R Neander 7 Master Jim. Nello, Fiel 

2 2 1»» J McTag'rt 8 Stealaway, BuzzAround, HeletiM 
7 1 C 3 1 ,T McTag'rt 1 1 Camel. Wood Dove, Reno 

5 2 4*4 R Neander 7 Earl of Savoy. Jabot, Out Ian 
3 s 2 4 R Neander 0 Cockspur. E. of Savoy T iv l*iv 
5'4 5 4 3 L Deronde 7 Kinuiundy, E. of Savoy, .\i. Lad 
By Orlando — Babbie (J. Mahoney b 
I. r TurT1 ‘ : ' r 7 H - Hutchison, K.ofUncas, T Pav 
4K 1 Turner 7 Effendi. Linbrook. Tav Pav 
< 1 - 5 1 1 D Connelly 8 Effendi. Mveenae, Pliant ' 
c S’fJ S X“ r “r r « Master Jim. BillieBaker, Effendi 

2 5 2,.’ S.J' ra A d, on t t^ ' F,r *‘^" s * Marshon Napier 
‘i * 6 i F’brother 8 Sir Denrah. Ford Mai BayBrook 
t\ % | c t ut t , ser 7 T K'miP. E.Graue. C.F.Grainger 

4 ‘ Schut ger 8 spellh’ml. ^England, F.Godtn’er 



2»k Schut’ ger 
4 7 Schut’ger 



o . ic }} ' l S r « Col. Ashuieade. Tactics, ’b^v 
4-J Schut ger 12 Good Day. Napier, Goldy 
By Fatherless — Lizzie H. (J. Todd) 

H Breach u T. Ham .H-k. Colfax. Plain Ann 

l E° JV I! - ''ve*-,,;,. . Ruisseau 
Bresch 0 Volt home. Gallnnt 1 



12 Inferno Qtieeu. Toy. Bertis 

7 Insur. Man. A 11 1< • Run. Clinton 
lo Sr. Avano. Follane, Beth Stanley 

10 Polly Worth. Auto Bun, St. Avano 

11 Yorkville. Insur.Man. Ft. Sumter 
! — Formula (L. P. Hamel). 

13 Castara. Barium. Then Ci**»k 

lo H’tlistone, P. Peak. Cl. Beaehey 

8 Viley, Hearthstone. Toison d’Or 
7 Missio. Golden Kambb*. Arcite 

b Pet 1 ro, Ike Cohen, Galley Slave 
♦» Jim L., Golden Ruby, Glipian 
7 Spirella, Johnny Wis«\ Silieii 



OUR NUGGET, ch. m, 7 

l.’jvj Cha lb ’n :: 1 l:16--,good 6 
15451 Charle’n :: l LlS’^mud 3* 
15287 Charle’n lm20y l:45Vf,good 30 
13251 charle’n lm20y 1 :4C%slow 30 



13208 Charie’n 
13181 Charle’n 
13061 Charle’n 
12749 Charle’n 
1229C Laurel 



1 l:14 2 5good 8-5 105 Lost rider. 
3-4 1:17 good 10 H>7 7 11 ll 

3-4 l:17 1 /^good 60 110 8 8 10 

3-4 1 :14%good 200 106 8 7 6 

1 1-16 l:53%hvy 30 1034 2 3 4 4 



12136 Laurel lmTOy l:45%fast 100 102 
SNOWFLAKES, ch. f. 4 101 

1 :: Ini; ( 'harle’n 1 1 :44%gootl 12 1«2 

l '.IH Charle’n lm2oy 1 :48%mud 7 102 

13108 Charle’n 1 1 :44%mud 6 102 

15161 (’harle’n 1 l:44%good 25 100 

13104 Charle’n 1 l:46%good 12 102 

13U49 Charle’n 3-4 1 :16%good 34 110 



3-4 l:18*Amua 


6 


101 1 


6 


4 


4 1 


5 5 


A 


N icklau 


5h t l:10i 5 good 


34 


109 3 


3 


4 


4 1 




c 


Turner 


b\ f l:10Vfegood 


lo 


95 J 9 


9 


9 


6* 


O 1 B 


E 


.Martin 


2 4 1:16 good 


20 


97 8 


7 


6 


6* 


6' J 


E 


Martin 


54 f l:ll%hvy 


4 


97 3 


2 


2 


14 


in 


E 


Martin 


54 f l:ll%raud 


5 


93 5 


4 


3 


3'* 


3 3 


R 


Neandei 


54 f 1 :ll%hvy 


20 


111 8 


8 


7 


6* 


6 3 


C 


Turner 



BANJO JIM. ch. g. 3 

I35o5 ('harle’n 5-4 1:16 good 20 
13451 « lharle’n 3-4 1: 181 .muo 
1 3169 Charle’n * 54 f 1 :10VhgOOd 34 
13078 Charle’n 64 f l:10Vsgood 15 
13060 Charle’n 3-4 1:16 good 20 
15000 Charle’n 54 f l:ll%hvy 4 
12934 Charle’n 54 f l:ll%mud 5 
12892 Charle’n 54 f l:ll%hvy 20 
12700 Charle’n 3-4 l:179fegood 30 106J 

ELFALL, br. g, 10 114 

1 5562 ciiarle’n 3-4 1:17 slow 9 115 

15525 Charle’n 54 f l:o9Vigood 20 112 

15234 Charle’n 5-4 1:18-.-, hvy 10 106 

151M Charle’n 3-4 1:17 good loO 106 

13024 < 'harle’n .V. l' 1 :10%good 15>0 112 
<095 I^ex’gton lni70v 1:45J fast 44 



3 20 34 MrAll’ry 4 J.Cafferata, Vanen, Danville II. 
By Mexican — Lillian Fonso (M. C. Moore). 

jut ]nk w Goose 11 Castara. L.lniMK-ene**. Carbureter 
4 1 5 3 A Kicklausi:; A. Sturt vant. Castara. Barium 
4 1 4 2 J C Turner 7 It. Gordon. Carbureter Castara 

6 l 3*5 E Martin i> Golliwogg. Ter.Blauco, S.Grmnp 

6 1 6 J E Martin b li. Terre, Pluvious. Semi-quaver 

14 1'4 E Martin 8 CallerOu. Peacock. B.of NormMv 

3*4 3 3 R Neander 8 Ada, Peacock. Orange 

6 1 6 3 C Turner 8 High Class, Al Jones. Peacock 

6 1 5«4 R Waldron 8 Tomboy, Cliff Maid, Helen M. 

By Pirate of Penzance or Alloway — Elf (A. G< 
Woodman). 

24 l 2 J Hanover! 1 Tyro, Floral Crown. Beach Sand 
R Pickett 13 Satyr, Clem Beaehey. Mis* Velma 
O 1 ?: 7 4 4 E Martin 13 OldJordan, Dr. Dougherty, Flask 



Agatha Charle’n 



1 1 :44%mud 6 
1 1 :44%good 25 
1 1 :46%good 12 
3-4 1 :16%goo<l 34 
3-4 1:19 mud 10 
3 4 1:17 good 15 
3-4 1 :16<sgood 12 
54 f l:0S%good 40 



ville II Charle’n 3 4 1:17 good 15 

1281S Charle’n 3-4 l:16Vsgood 12 

, » 12779 Charle’n 54 f l:0S%good 40 

TAY PAY ch. g, 6 

Castara 1 4 1 Charle n 1m20y lHo^good 4 

S Gnimp 131"5 Charlc’n ! lMB^mud 10 

ni-quaver < '! 1:U ! " 1 l s l:'* 2 r,good 25 

N’orm’dv 1->''6 Charle n 1 1-S 1:58 slow 12 

15342 Charle’n lm20y l:44%good 15 
eacock lo040 v.harle n 1 l:44%good 5 

len VI 129»>2 Charle’n 114 2:l2%hvy 10 

' . _ 12951 Charle’n l:n70v l:51 2 r ,mud 34 

(.A, vt* 12894 Charle’n 1 1-2 2:43 hvy 10 

12846 Charle’n 1 1 4 2:llV5Slow 15 



1 - ® 4 . H Breach •* T. Hancm-k. Colfax. Plain v,,.i 

94 6 6 6 6 4" rt ,yfh . 7 J! 0 ! 1 ’-'. 11 • -'Lvcenae". Ruisseau 

I* ? k 

nr i - S r H E ?! urp 5 y s Wier. Holmes. Helen M.. J. Stein 

m l « « S Ini 

« I H f ?i!?g 

ini” " * " Sum * er 7 1 PotUHIugt,* 

■?f - „ „ ...By Ornainent-Ollie Belle (B. C. Evans). 

KV. in 8 S au 76? p Aliev - ,„,k. Auln \l.n,l 

m ICS n .5 2" k ) 2 ! '"»'* vnnl. Castara, l-.amm, 

10 : 1 ! r, i f, ® A e> 8 Kiomumly . Stentor. Jacol, Bunu 

m Lost rider * P VnZ !| k 0 '' I k . s : 1 ’" 1 '- SirDntrah. He,l K .-R,.se 

is i ■ » ' | S fM '. I feSSr 
|bl 1 ksiS iSSSBa 

101 o 7 - . ?Tc ? e , IIe Btooks (0. Pons). 

‘ - 2 4! ‘ 4 * - * ' R Neander . Polly IF. Mvoern* RiiNspnn 
be 7 7 4 4 2h 4' F Rand’phlO J’ge Monek Sch iller D.- l- » 

162 7 8 5 3 3U 4 2 F Rand’phld Ruisseau I\ ofl’neas t ' 

}JJ 9 * » 4 26 1*4 F Rand’ phi l Buisseau! TomHaueotk Ph,^, 

lo_ 8 8 4 a l 2 l 2 F Rand’phll Kettledrum Peacock \fiti<rnii « 

Si? i i i 

IV . - 9 9 o o l -4fc. Martin !> Gagnant, Berkeley SiiiHi- 

107 c ° 5 5h 7 J®iE Fergus’nlO FordMai. Dr.Jackson, Bernadotte 

^ f i If l Mcl’ag rt!3 Sb. Holmes. Pr.Chap. EarlvLight 

j9 ° 7 * o o-2 F Rand ph 8 L. Shark. L. Dwyer. Servicence 



107 10 10 10 10 10 



54 4-i J McTag’rt s Fiel. Mol 



Around. Ta Nun Da. Pilau 



j! 4 ; ,; 5H Sumr^ « Cnckspnr;' Mycenae!' R of Shut 
4 1 3- .1 McTag rt s Reno, Slier. Holmes Sir D*. m -.i. 
4 3 3 2 4 H Sumter f» O.theSands B Bak*'r I) W lt’.r,, 
61 W J McTag’rt 7 M ycenae 0 ' ym, 



5**35 


Lex’gton 


lmTOy 


l:44g fast 


102 


IM 


1 


5 5 


5 


49*»S 


Lexington 3-4 


1:138 fast 


141 


107 


6 


10 


10 


3385 


Ok. City 


Ab7 S 


1 :29 fast 


11 


111 








3195 


Ok. City 


Ab7-8 


1 :31 slow 


74 


115 








2927 


Okla.Cit> 


Cl f 


1:24 fast 


7J 


121 








COMING COON. ch. 


h. 5 




112 








12417 


Charle* n 


5?. f 


1 9(9' l 5 good 


7 


1 13 




2 


3 


15541 


* ’harle’n 


5j f 


1 :os ; )jgood 


40 


113 


I 


7 


2 


13272 


< ’harle’n 


G 4 f 


1 :"!< ^>Od 


15 


117 


3 


2 


3 


152:15 


< iia rle’n 


3-4 


1:18 hvy 


G 


• 


4 


1 


6 


15192 


( 'harle’n 


GV f 


l:l*W 5 good 


3> 


117 


6 


7 


6 


13127 


('harle’n 


bl t 


1 :09%good 


lo 


117 


1 


1 


1 


12975 


* 'harle’n 


bl f 


1 : ll%hvy 


8-5 


117 


2 


1 


3 


12868 


Charle’n 


5 4 f 


1 :09%mud 


5 


116 


5 


5 


5 


12779 


Charle’n 


54 f 


1 :**S'; 5 good 


10 


IM 


3 


3 


4 


12713 


< 'harle’n 


5J f 


1 :10 good 6 


US 


3 


3 


3 


BELFAST, br. 


g. 6 






114 








i::4**7 


< ’harle’n 


3-4 


l:164kinud 


60 




6 


7 


7 


12766 


< 'harle’n 


3-4 


1 : 16%good 60 


115 


4 


6 


6 


12717 


< 'harle’n 


bl f 


1 :"8 4 ogoo«l 60 


107 


8 


9 


9 


1 2462 


Latonia 


3-4 


1:19 mud 


64 


105 


7 


6 


G 


8273 


Pimlico 


3-4 


1:15 fast 


9S 


10s 


9 


10 


12 


8116 


Pimlico 


lm40y 


1:43 fast 


57 


112 


5 


7 7 


7 


7749 


M’boro Ab6J f 1:29 hvy 


34 


112 








7724 


M’boro AbG^ f 


1:24 fast 


24 


1094 









13 12 2 li ;3 E Martin 15 .MarnaJolmson Juarez Entries and Past Performances tor Eriday, EeDruary 20. 



9,1 rjOOSe 0 Ix)ve Day, Yanker. Dorble 

/• •* ib’i'LV 10 Patruebe, CarltonClub, Blk.Mate 
10 10 - Obert 10 New Haven, Ethelda. Yauker 

1= Barham (i Palma. Regards, (ieorgia Shand o 

5!* Eogg S LilyPaxton. Oblivion. Shawnee I The figure 

1 Barham 9 B. Battle. Cavorter, F. Fashion ! entries beloi 

By Gone Coon — La Greeque (B. C. Evans). 1 at distai 

C-’ G Byrne 7 B. Mastersou, M. Velma. TonvW i whe , re it fir 

4’i G B\rne JO Sheets. Luria, Vi lev 1 ™ade on oth 

30. G Byrne s Briar Path. Batwa! Brave 1 viations shi 

7 1 3 .T McTag’rtlO Spellbound, Volthorpe, Incision 0 

l“t (j Burns l.» Tins* ( ’ook . Moisant, Hans Creek Racing star: 

4 ) M Nathan 14 Raleigh 1*. D.. Manson. Tomboy X Buns wel 

4--^ C Borel 10 Dick sPet, 'J'. Hancock. Bellel'erre (M) maidens. 

^ or, “' 11 Ky ‘‘Straw, EthelburgH.. Incision 

6'k* M Buxton 8 L. Shark. L. Dwyer, Serviccnc** 

3J C B’game 11 LittleEp. Sher.Holmes. Gagnant tTra ( k 

By Irish Lad— Gas Jet (0. Hak). Ind. li 

V’ S - d Eradi 7 Roger Cordon. Kiva. Willis 133(>7 Mazn 

c ‘ < S S^ r , n ,° 10 pluvioUS - dying Yankee. Willis 13475 Bebt . 

77- , ldron •» Chartier. Atnericus. Ven. Strome 15475- Floss 

7 5 Id^hmon ll J. II. Barr. G. Slave, (4eo.Oxnard 1-3475 I’reil 

1 lc S ens 1- Gold Cap. York Lad. McCrearv l.’k’Ko AYalu 

8 1 ickenn 10 E. Graiiey, O Em. L. of Langdeu 1312o .Tune 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 



The figures under the heading “Rec.” in the 
1 entries below show the best time of each horse 
! at t the distance, since January 1, 1911, no matter 
; where it finished. In cases where record wai 
f made on other than a fast or good track, abbre- 
viations shiw track conditions. 

Racing starts at 2:13 p. m. (Chicago time, 3:15.) 
... ,'5 R un s well in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
(M) maidens. *Apprentice allowance. 

First Race — 1-2 Mile. 

2 -year-olds. Selling. 

(Track record: 94452 40 ^ — 2 — 115.) 



lad. 


Horse. 


Wt. 


Rec. 


A.VVr. 


Hail 




Barbara Lane . . 


. 10(1 




Mu 




i;;iss* 


Dusky Dave 


.ii:t 


i :!K»--! 


! t »* * 


■ 7r, 


1.541W 


Birka 


.in:; 


1 :05 ;: - 


1 In 


- 7 * 5 


1 -<4(» 1 


( ♦“*»> . . . 


.110 


! :***;-• 


1 15 




i:>4t;i 


Dal ston .... 


.11:: 


1 :(M>-- ; 


1 |u 


. .7*5 


l.’MlJl* 


Ooma 


. 93 


1 :K7- . 


]UO 


■ 7 lo 


l.’Mtil 


Clarihel 


llff 


1 : 1 h; * - 


105 


• 7 «u 


13171* 


B«*quir:ini 


.10.*; 


1 .07 


1 **u 


. 7U5 


1 ::::us 


Admiral’s Daught* 


T 105 


1:11 


Ibu 


■ 7'*o 




Summerhill * M 1 


.lOO 


1 US 


loo 


*;:>•) 



76S<; Marlboro f GTVsfast 34 109 

6980 ('harleston 54 f l:09g fast lo 111 1 

6459 I^atonia 3-4 1:184 hvy 15 102 6 

6323 Lutonia 54 f 1:102 hvy 7 119 1 

G009 I^atonia 1 1-8 1:534 fast 11 107 6 

5951 Churchill 1 1-16 1:48 fast 29-10 108 1 
DOCTOR DOUGHERTY, b. b. 7 117 



10 12 12 12 2 ° Pickens 
7 7 8 1 8 11 Pickens 

f!° E Jackson n k*j onyx; ixud WeHs. Hafdtuuan 

b* J Jackson (> E. of Richmond, Steleliff, Lima 
n _ _ , PJckens 8 Ugo. Smirk. Mon Ami 

" o o oi«i^ C n^ ett '^ oi * d <>l \ J.Nunnally, Spellbound 

k 7 l UTi r 10 gervlcence. All Red, Sureget 

? I S ffliS Penk s P° r t«r’ton. S.Pimp’nel, Dominica 

1 “ li ?* *?°S? e Carl * Club * J - Lo»is. Dick Baker 

- 2» 2 4 Lottus ll Pliant. Beautiful. Tom Bighee 

Ey GaJveatoa — I*oboaiiia (F. Harrington). 

1 6 l 5* J McTag’rt 9 Aun-i. t. Camel Lord Wells 

1 !r - -i ^ burner 9 T. Hancock. T.IIolland. Province 

4 4A ;<*4 J Me lag rt lb Joe Steiu. Batwa, Armor 

3 4 4 7 J F Murphy 8 Scrimmage. l'.F.G’ug<*r R’isseau 

5 5= *■* P Murphy 13 Old Jordan. Flask, llendtir 

6 54 2 2 F Murphy Ll The Busybody, Quced, Son. Boy 

2 6 3 8 I0 4F Murphy 10 Jabot, Ford Mai, Stentor 

5 1? Pickett 0 Jabot, Dynamite, Jim Caffrey 

a 4 4 1W JR Neander 8 G. Treasure, R. I.lovd. I'ollv H 

6 6 2 6 fl R Neander !> Out lan. Reno, Linbrook 

4 4 1 6 r, 4 H Pauley 11 P’co Chap, Sher.Holmes, Ratwa 

By Peep o'Day— Thoughtless (P. Hyams L 

9 8= 6'i G Byrnt 12 Nimbus. Hedge Roso. Kiftv Five 

Fell B’game 13 L. Wells. GountryBov. Bovi-rst* a 

s- 8 H 11 Sumter 12 Veneta Strome, Mv’cenae, Pliant 
2 14 2H H Sumter 7 Master Jim, Fiel. Sir Denrah 

6 4 4 8 4 R Neander 8 Premier, Dr. Kendall. Dick’s Pet 

2 2 3 2 n R Neander 9 Incision, The Busybody. Pluvious 

3 3 l 3 1 4 M Buxton 7 Oakland. B.Masterson) P’ceChap 

4 7 2 7 4 i J McTag’rtll MissBiush, Sylvestris. DaddvGip 

8 10 9 2# T Davies Iff Premier, Til. Thomas, Monmouth 

1 24 4 2 J Buxton 7 F. Yankee, F. Duster, Right easy 

5 5* 4 1 5 R Waldron 14 Bat. Mastersou, SirAlvescot, Luria 

2 2® 1° R Waldron 7 Briar Path, Lace. Spring Maid 

7 6*4 5 3 J S Taylor 8 Honey Bee. M. Fox, Sil. Moon 

By Planudes — Elizabeth B. (S. Ross). 

- 4*2 H Wolfe 11 Castara. Votes, Terra Blanco 



Horse. 
Maznik t M • 
Rebecca 
Flossie (Mi 
Fred T. (M 



12452 (’harle’n 
13405 (’harle’n 
13315 (’ha rle’n 
13248 (’harle’n 
13234 Charle’n 
13181 Charle' n 



2- 4 lGT^mud 10 

3- 4 1:17 mud 44 
7-8 1 :50%good 10 

1 1 :4£%s!ow 5 
3-4 l:18r 5 hvy 6 
3-4 1:17 good 12 



13131 Charle’n lm20y 1:45 good 60 
13095 ('harle’n 1 1 :42 3 igood 12 
13064 Charle’n 1 1:43 good 20 

12029 Charle’n lmTOy 1:49 good 10 
12845 Charle’ n 3-4 l:16%slow 12 
NELLO, br. m, 5 
I34s5 Charle’n 2-4 1:16’ -good 6 
13416 (’harle’n -l f. 1:10 good 1 • 



117 

111 2 2 

107 1 2 

101 966 
105 5 1 1 

108 4 4 

107 6 5 

101 3 1 1 



13 138 Charle’n 
13116 * ’harle’n 



1 :42 3 igood 12 


113 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 2 


1:43 good 20 


1"9 


6 


8 


S 


5 


4* 


1 :49 good 10 


93 


1 


6 


6 


6 


6 2 


l:16%slow 12 


112 

112 


5 




4 


4 


4* 


l:lGVs&ood 6 


111 


6 




6 


9 


$ 2 


l:lo good 4 5 


109 


13 




10 


Fell. 


1 :49Vsgood 4 


103 


7 


3 


4 




S 2 


1 :49 good 4 


102 


5 


3 


2 


2 


14 


l:16 4 f,good 34 


105 


6 




7 


6 


4* 



: 4 LlGVhgoodll-lO 105 



13**79 


( 'harle'n 


51 f 


1:10 good 


5 


109 


6 


12575 


James’n 


3-4 


1:15 fast 


44 


« 


6 


12330 


I^aurel 


3-4 


l:17%slow 


4 


112 


7. 


12209 


I^xurel 


3-4 


1:17 hvy 


7 


112 


0 


11887 


1 Aurel 


3-4 


1 : 14% fast 


9-5 


109 


10 


11859 


Laurel 


3-4 


1:16 slow 


20 


103 


2 


1 1737 


H.deG’ce 


51 f 


1:06% last 


40 


M7 


7 


LITTLE EP, 


b. g, 


5 




114 




12271 


Charle’n 


bl f 


1 :10 good 3 


111 


3 


13161 


(’harle’n 


1 


1 :44 2 t,good 


5 


10? 


2 


13128 


Charle’n 


54 f 


1 : 10*. -.good 


7 


114 


6 


12713 


Charle’n 


G* f 


1 :10 good 4 


112 


4 


12676 


Charle’n 


5J f 1 :09Ugood 


5 


111 


2 


12500 


Pimlico 


1 1-16 


1 :49*4fast 


19 


99 


3 


12443 


Pimlico 


lmTOy 


1:47 fast 


23-5 


100 


5 


11987 


Laurel 


1 


l:42%fast 


1 


100 


2 


11751 


H.deG’ce 


lm70yl:44 fast 


15 


105 


5 


11642 


H.deGrace 3-4 


l:13%fast 


6 


107 


5 


11290 


H.deGrace 3 1 


1:14 fast 


10 


109 


8 


JUAQUIN. ch. 


g, 4 






111 




13405 


< ’harle’n 


3 4 


1:17 mud 


15 


105 


2 


13194 


Charle’n 


bl t 


1 :09V B good 


8 


117 


4 


13128 Charle’n 


55 f 


l:10*,5good 30 


106 


2 


12X30 


< ’harle’n 


3-4 


1 :17 good 10 


106 


4 


12712 


Charle’n 


3-4 


1 :16 good 60 


100 


5 


12241 


I .a ure 1 


r»4 f 1:09 good 30 


107 


6 


90X2 


Conn’ght 


54 f l:03%fast 


12 


95 


9 



154 1 5- Flossie |.\|i .... 

15475 Fred T. (M) . 

1.5.5(77 Wahalotv i.Mt ... 

13120 .Turn* Bride (M) 

13’46-*{ Marie ('. iMi 

15 lux Lady Benzol iMi 

Second Race — 1 Mile. 

•5 -year-olds and upward. Sellin; 
( Tra c k r«s ord : 13I54 — 1 : 57—5 — j 

13503* t'isko 112 1 :.59-s 

13435 3 I’.a Iron ia 1 lb 1 :39 :; 0 

1-5515 ( olinet lib l :3«j 

1 ; :4N9-* Florence Birch i.Mtlb5 1:40G 
154J(ff 2 * General Warren i M > S7 l:4!D.-,h 
1318s -lack Lax s< »n . . ..KT3 l:38-‘-. 
1340!l 3 * Angie D. iMi S5 1:4b 



1518s Jack La> 
15405I 3 * Angie D. 



Hasson 

Winifred P. . .. 

Addante 

Robert 

Kick IMi 

Hope So 

Chief Desmond 

I-argo (Mi 

Third Race — 5 
•5-year-olds 



.. 85 1:40 
..105 1:39% 
.llff 1:38% 
.107 1 
..llff 1 :4ff 
.. <87 1:41^, 
..115 l:4(M- 
. . 109 l :41 
. . 9S 1 :40 4 f, 
1-2 Furlongs. 

Selling. 



A.Wt.Han. I 

102. . 725 

115. . 720 
llff. .720 
102. .7L) 

105. . 700 

102. . 075 

102. . 675 

102. . 673 



0 107X725 
7 110x720 
7 111X715 
ff 105. .715 
3 93 X713 

7 112X713 

3 91 .710 

4 112X710 

5 110X703 
5 112X693 
5 112X695 
3 93. .690 

8 112x690 

9 112X090 
3 96. .685 



Fourth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

3 -year -olds and upward. Handicap 
i T ra c k ree* ml : 1 2t r. m ; — l : o*» c» n r. 

13490 s Royal Dolly 105 I IP- 5 

[134t»ff» Captain Burns K»S i : 12 :: 

1344s- Cosgrove K>7 l.lli- 

13478 Vested Bighls . . . . 1(>2 1.1H-, 4 



5 108X730 

3 107X725 
5 104X725 

4 Iff? 720 



Fifth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds ami upward. . Selling. 



(Track record: 1 
Lofty Hoy woo 

Durin 

* Hazel C 

Cloak 

Masalo 

Minnie Bright 

Frazzle 

Kemhowe, b. 
Homestead — 
nay 



12990 1 :ff9-"*- -t; 

ad . . . K»:; 1 1 u 

103 1 : 12 ;: . 

110 1:1.3 ‘ 

110 1:13 

108 1:12-’-, 

t . ... 112 1 :134l 
105 1:13::'. 



Iff5 • 725 

103. . 715 
103X715 

108. . 710 

110 X 705 
103 700 



Sixth Race— 3-4 Mile. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
(Track record: 12996—1:09% •; 11 5 

3 Muy Bueua 115 1:10-- :: \ 



(Track recon 1 : 12683 —1 : 04 % — 3 

l.’USs Super] 9S 1 :06%, 

( 13488 1 * Auntie Curl 90 1:00% 

13461 s Big I.umnx 1 « m » 1 ;ff(» 



124.) 

105. .723 
100X720 
100X720 



13491 Mineo Jimmie 
13307* Mandadero 
13491 Jessup Burn 

13277 Ethelda 

13007* Buss 

13447* Beal Worth . 
13147 : Dahlgren 

13437 Silver Tone . 
13144* Kit tv IV. .. 
13309 Eddie F«»y . . 
13404* Santanera ... 



.115 1:10--. 
.112 1:1.5* 
-10S 1:12- 
. 93 1:1.5 
. 105 1 12 
. 108 1:12’ . 
. 90 1:1.5* , 
.113 1:13- 
.105 1:13.1., 
.107 1:15* 
.102 1 :LS 



I 



FIRST RACE— 1-2 Mile. 2-year-olds. 



(94452—46%, 



IS 1“ H Wolfe 
9 10 9 7 Wolfe 10 H’thstone, P. Peak. Cl. Beaehey 
5** C # S Deronde 9 Billy Vanderveer, R’ckFish Frog 
2*i 3« Deronde 8 Ardelon. Steleliff. Frog 
o^‘ J McTag rtl5 Homecrest. Beach Sand. Reno 
Wo1 ^ 9 Ivabel. B. Eloise. Dr.R.L.S’ger 

lit ® utwe11 14 M.Mom’ts, I.L’ trade, J.H.H’ton 
2 2 h 2* Musgr’ve 14 Nello, Votes. Grenida 

B 7 - M , cG ® e — 1 Sweet Charlotte (H. G. Bedwell). 

-f ill 'L Hanover 9 D.D’gherty. T.H’eock. T. Holland 
^ VH Jfr 5- uxt , on Sy Ivest ris. EthelburgH.. B.(”ni< f 
mi Cl 01 t' S ard 11 Flatbush, Castara. Little Fp 
‘ J S 1 "* 1 " DerondelO FordMai. Dr.Jackson. Ber’dotte 
S I Lta p An con. Pike's Penk. Big Dipper 
Ck JI r * Monmouth, Brynavia 

6“ 8 14 JSnyder ll Marsand. T.Thomnson. T. Saver* 



Index Course DIst TimeT’ckOdds Wt St % % % Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
b ‘ 2 102 By Mazagan — Nikita (R. Ripley). 

i-’oo*, ’ , , Uarez i J’^cfast 1 106 1 Pull. up. J Howard 8 Rebecca. Nellie Bagatelle 

iqi?o T Uarez i 39%fast 6 110 S 3J 6* 2 W Mcln’re 9 M.thePaint. Bagatelle. TodCook 

im-I t!^o^ Z olf 5 l ast 109 1 ** W Mcln’re 9 Superhuman. B.B’ther. E.ll.vw'd 

1«Gj 4 Juaiez 0 8 34V4fast lo 111 10 10 9 18 JW Mcln’rell Tokay. Ben's Brother! Mex 

®5.? E t CCA ’ b ’ f V.? r „ 115 By Abe Frank— Add Ran (J. F. & H. S. Newman). 

T UarfZ oil 41 M ast ”0- 117> 2 24 ,4 C VanDu’n 9 Ida Cummings. Flns-de Nellie 1 

JSS? Uarez 40 % fast 1M 112 7 1= V C VanDu’n 8 Nellie C.. Bagatelle, Fred T 

J^ 19 Juarez 3J f 4DAfast 4J 110 6 L‘h 2 1 ! C VanDu’n 6 Category, Commanretta Yale 

LKtd Juarez 3-8 34%fast 10 112 12 4 3 C Kir.sch’ml4 S. Blossbm. MamleV Busy Edith 

Cb. f. 2 110 Bv Boanerges— Amelia Gerst (S. Veiller). 

1; 4,., Juarez J5 f D%fast 20 102 3 2$ 2* W W T’lor 9 Ida Cummings, NellieC Rel*eccM 

*J uarez ^ f 40Vfcfast 2a loo :: U-’J li 4 ? W W T’lor X D Stevens, Tod Cook Yaumh.' 

J uarei! 9 9 34%fast 15 112 4 72 8*| H Woods 10 Jos. Zarate. Blue Bacer. Mee ieka 

12964 Juarez 3 8 24V*fast 20 112 3 3** H Woods 14 S. Blossom. Mamie V RnsvIMm. 



SIXTH RACE — 1 1-8 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling 



MILTON B., b. g, 7 106 

13474 (’harle’n 1 1:4.'dsgood 4A 112 13 2 2 

15406 ('harle’n lm20y l:45%mud 15 168 3 5 6 7 

12465 Latonia 2 1-4 4:0S 3 5mud 43-10 110 2 4 5 6 

12402 I^atonia lmTOy 1:45 fast 18-5 109 3 7 6 7 

17351 Latonia 1 l:45%hvy 11 105J 5 5 f* 4 

11735 Douglas 1 1-2 2:36 hvy 33-10 114 1 2 1 1 

9730 Windsor 1 1-8 1 :51%fast 7 105 9 9 9 9 

9404 Latonia 1 3 16 l:56%fast 27-10 mo 5 6 6 4 

9308 Latonia lmTOv l:42%fast 42-5 107 3 4 3 3 

9185 Latonia 1 116 1 :47%slow 13-20 115 2 2 2 2 

9145 Latonia 1 1 :2S fast 13 109 8 8 8 8 

9075 Lit on ia 1 1 :40%good 24-5 111 2 3 2 2 

8745 Douglas 1 1-16 1:45 fast 22 1(»7 S 8 8 8 

8537 Douglas 1 1-S 1 :53%fast 11 10 104J 12 2 2 

8462 Douglas 1 1 4 2:05%fast 9 Ki3i1*‘ 8 10 10 

mb Church' 1 1 1-16 l:48%Uvy 6 115 7 6 G 3 



By Claude— Ville Marie (J. W. Johnson). 

3 \ P P onnelI >' S B. Around. T. Hancock J..>_ 
ii 11^ J„ Hanover 8 B.Baker. Volthorpe. MaryAnuK 



6 5 6 28 W Griner 7 Sir Catesbj 
3»> 3 1 ! J Hanover 8 L. II. Adair, 
21 1«* J Hanover t; Just Bed, 
3 3 3 7 J Buxton f* Man. Mael 



9®i J Callahan 9 First Sight. Hamilton. 



1J 1 4 J .T Callahan 
3 2 2* W Andress 
1» 1* B Steele 
5«* 4 4 1 B Steele 
2*i l‘i B Steele 
5>* 5 1 ‘JTaplin 
25 3J B Steele 



5 Manager Mack. Chartier, T.Iving 
S Lena net. S Jasmine. Presnnipfn 

S K< ill :1 H7:i Si Uiiil. . 4* k( V. __ 



5*> fi 1 1 JTaplin « <iay Bird, Kdda, Rena net LADY BEN! 

25 SJ B Steele .5 Cream. Cousin Puss 12198 Juarez 

7 2 0*5 W Andress 1 1 Rudolfo. Ten Point. Any Port 13006 Juarez 

1* V H Steele 9 Man. Mack, Just Red. Muckier Juarez 



MAZNIK. b. 


g, 2 






102 




13367 Juarez 


34 f 


40% fast 


1 


106 


1 


13222 Juarez 


3 4 f 


39% fast 


6 


110 


8 


1313 ' .! ua l ez 


3-8 


34%, last 


20 


109 


1 


13054 Juarez 


3 8 


34%fast 


15 


111 


10 


REBECCA, b. 


f . 2 






115 




13475 Juarez 


31 f 


41%fast 


3 


115 


2 


13367 Juarez 


34 f 


40%fast 


13—o 


112 


7 


13319 Juarez 


34 f 


41%fast 


44 


110 


6 


12M4 Jua re s 


3-8 


34%fast 


10 


112 


12 


FLOSSIE, ch. 


f . 2 






110 




13475 Juarez 


24 f 


41%fast 


20 


102 


2 


13445 Juarez 


3A f 


40 fast 


25 


100 




13042 Juarez 


3-8 


34% fast 


15 


112 


4 


12964 Juarez 


3 8 


34i 5 fast 


20 


112 


3 


FRED T,, ch. 


85 2 






102 




13475 Juarez 


34 f 


41%fast 


10 


105 


8 


13367 Juarez 


34 f 


40%fast 


20 


105 


5 


13319 Juarez 


34 f 


41Vifast 


15 


102 


2 


13054 Juarel 


3-8 


34Vfcfast 


20 


109 


4 


13018 Juarez 


3-8 


34%fast 


12 


107 


8 


12976 Juarez 


3-8 


34%fast 


8 


109 


3 


WAHAL0TY, 


b. c. 2 






105 




13367 Juarez 


34 f 


40%fast 


M 


10s 


6 


13198 Juarez 


34 f 


41%fast 


12 


115 


3 


13072 Juarez 


3-8 


34%fast 


30 


110 


2 


12991 Juarez 


3-8 


34% fast 


20 


113 


4 


12976 Juarez 


3-8 


34%fast 


20 


112 


7 


JUNE BRIDE, ch. f. 


2 




102 




13120 Juarez 


3-8 


24%fast 


20 


112 


7 


13042 Juarez 


3-8 


34%fast 


GO 


112 


5 


MARIE C., b. 


f, 2 






102 




13463 Juarez 


34 f 


39%fast 


5 


107 


4 


13098 Juarez 


3 8 


3'4%,fast 


30 


109 


S 


LADY BENZOL, b. f. 


2 




102 




12198 Juarez 


34 f 


41%fftst 


30 


112 


9 


13006 Juarez 


3 8 


34 fast 


30 


110 


9 


I296i Juarez 


3-8 


31 fast 


8 


112 13 



3uw h Woods 14 S. Blossom. MamleV.. BusyEdith 
Bv Atkins— Chickadee (W. McLemore). 

7 4 6 1W J Groth 9 Ida Cummings. Flossie. Nellie (’ 

2nk 4-‘i G Moles’th 8 Rebecca. Nellie C.. Bagatelle 

tnt - u \ V X lor .? Rebecca. Commanretta 

3m* ,.** J Groth 11 I’okay. Ben s Brother, Mex 

fi S!i i 2 ro IJ} 2 Teula ne. Ben’s Brother, Tower 

6} 8 13 J Groth 8 B. A. Jones. Yale, Tower 

By Withers— Elsie Howard (Trammell & Gray) 

6 2 J 6 9 P Ford 8 Reherea. Nellie C.. Bagatelle 
? Estep 10 Barbarita. Commanretta. Yale 
ll g st ^P 5 Zarate. Trulane, S. Blossom 

4 3 4'-lR Hoffman . B. A. Jones, BusyEdith. Meellcka 
2h 4 7 i R Hoffman S B. A Jones. Yule. Tower 
By Salvation — Colonia (Dupce & Bender). 

12 11 ,4 JR Carter 12 B. Racer. M.thePaint. Barharit • 

9 9 14 |R Carter 10 Jos. Zarate. Blue Racer. Meelieka* 

By Yankee— Laughing Belle (F. D. Weir). 

( i. ro55S * M.thePaint. B.’s Brother, T Cook 
< 3 o^IR Estep 8 LadyCapricions, Tokay, TYniano 
By Galveston — Clare Duncan (E. J. Salt) 

10 ID 1 * C VanDu’n 10 Barbarita. Coinmauretta Yal** 

8 9 22 C VanDu’n Iff L.Capricious. S.Ku'llSteVs 

13 13 43 ic VanDu’nl4 8. Blossom. MauiieV.. BusyEdith 



FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1914. 



Wimm HATING, (FORM 



5 



SECOND RACE— 1 Mile. 3.year.olds and upward. Selling. <13154- 



!>$.) 



CISKO, b. g, G 






107 








By Holstein — Ya« 


I3ei>3 Juarez 


1 J :474»hvy 


3 


105 


1 4 


7 


9 


9 9 ai ftR Feeney 


13446 Juarez 


l 1 : 39 % fast 


6 


110 


4 6 


9 


$ 


4 "b 2* “A Mott 


12301 Juarez 


l 1 :39%fast 


4 


112 


7 4 


3 


3 


3>ft 2 1 E Taplin 


13252 Juarez 


7-S l:26%fast 


6 


113 


2 8 


6 


6 


4 3 3 5 | R Feeney 


13226 Juarez 


1 l:40%fast 


3 


106 


7 5 


6 


4 


7 8 7 C Riddle 


13190 Juarez 


3-4 l:13%fast 


100 


112 


4 


9 


9 


6b 6*3 C Riddle 


12196 Victoria 


3-4 l:20Vkmud 11-10 114 


8 


8 


7 


6* 4*1 Riddle 


12147 Victoria 


3-4 1:19 mud 


7-10 


114 


5 


4 


1 


l*ft l 4 Riddle 


12121 Victoria 


3-4 1 :18%slop 


12-5 


114 








2b Riddle 


10200 Vancouver 


1 l:40%fast 


17-10 


109 


Wheeled. 


Molesw’h 


1011 1 Vancouver 


1 1:41 fast 


3| 


109 


6 6 


3 


2 


2b 4* Jackson 


10043 Vancouver 


3 4 1:14 fast 


12 


109 


3 


4 


4 


4 3 3 4 Benton 


10005 Vancouver 


1 l:40%fast 


9-5 


111 


6 5 


2 


2 


2b 3 3 J Battiste 


9945 Vancouver 


1 1 :40%fast 


9-5 


m 


6 6 


6 


6 


5* 5* Y eager 


BALRONIA, b. 


m, 7 




no 








Bv Balgowan — Si 


13435 Juarez 


1 l:41%fast 


6 


108 


3 


3 


2 


3*» 4“ J Groth 


13.399 Juarez 


1 l:39%fast 


25 


100 


8 7 


8 


5 


5 4 5 2 R Booker 


13122 Juarez 


1 1:39 fast 


10 


110 


4 4 


4 


7 


11 10 16 ftC VanDu’n: 


13020 Juarez 


1 l:38%fast 


10 


110 


9 7 


9 


9 


S 8 n H Woods 


12993 Juarez 1 


1-16 1:46 fast 


12 


106 


7 4 


3 


3 


3nk 310 H W’oods 


12864 J uarez 


S-4 l:15%good 10 


116 


5 


4 


C 


9 9 10 J Howard : 


12838 Juarez 


3-4 1 :20%hvy 


6 


112 


1 


7 


8 


8 4 3 ft C VanDu’n 


12743 Juarez 1 1-16 1:47 fast 


15 


108 


4 1 


1 


3 


5>ft P Hill ; 


10722 Min.Sp’gs 


3-4 1:14 fast 


3ft 


103 


2 


3 


3 


2 h 2* Gross 


9S95 Butte 


5i f 1 :09%slop 


2ft 


108 








2*ft Ormes 


9704 Butte 


5-8 1:01 fast 


12 


108 








6 6 J Ormes 


9004 Butte 


F C l:ll%fast 


7 


107 








2| Ormes 



COLINET, b. b, 7 



13515 .lua r 
:.4ll Juarez 
13223 Juarez 
1 U7.'. .1 uarrz 
l :: l J4 Juarez 
1 2969 Juarez 
K>tl Juarez 
12833 Juarez 
U. Vancouver 



5ft f 1 :07%good 
3 4 1 :!2%fast 
3-4 1 :13%fast 
6* f 1:06 fast 
5ft f 1 :06 fast 
7 s i:26%fast 
7 8 1 : 26*5 fast 
5ft * l:l-Vkhvy 
3-4 1:14 goodl 



111 

107 
11,7 
118 

108 
108 
111 
1US 
111 



IU72 V’couver l 1-16 1:47 fast 19-5 llu 

K*979 Vancouver 3-4 l:13%fast 4-5 112 

10942 Vancouver 1 1 :39%fast 2 107 

10886 Vancouver 1 1:40 fast 11-5 109 



10 r.1 1 •:» I . ». I MiU*ii Uhl (aoii'li 

12 Hardy. .1. Nolan, Stevesta 

11 E. Tanguay, Toin.Murpliy , Hasson 

13 Mandadero, G. Warren! Mesbach 

11 Garter. The Monk, Balcliff 

13 Seneca. Beda. Toy Boy 

5 Emeraldlsle, TheFeller. O. Smile 
7 TheFeller, TallowDip. Downland 
7 Obliviou, B. of Iroquois, P’tefraot 
7 B. Mute, F. Star. K. Connor 

7 O. Queen, ReeneW., I* Montg’my 
G Orbn Smile, G. Fallen. Canapa 
0 FhillistiDa. Cool, C. W. Kennon 

6 VoladayJr., O. Queen, F. Industry 
ebaati&na (F. M. Hopper). 

10 The Monk, Star Berta. S. Shapiro 

12 Eva Tang u ay. Hazel C., Va-Va 

14 Blue-Beard. Lord Elam, S. Feinu 

11 Et.S’mter, M’ndadero, Wini’d D. 
9 Foils, Toplaud. Jack I*axson 

10 Hazel C., Hyki, Winifred D. 

8 Evelina, Mary Emily, Labold 
10 Sigurd. Cordie F.. Robert 

7 Gemmell, L. Tanguay, F. Pearl 

8 A.Slupskey. B. Farley, L.Ha’nII. 
10 Jonathan, J.H.Barr. CountryBoy 

12 Rue. Ferrona. No Quarter 

By Star Shoot — Kentucky Belle II. (C. Mulholland) 



R Carter 
4* 4 4 R Carter 
6‘* 6 ,; * J Groth 



2 1 



6 s 

6b 

6 1 

4b 

G 4 

3* 

2* 

l 4 

l 1 



4 li Carter 
4 4 i R Carter 
7* 1 J Groth 
6 s R Carter 
5® R Carter 
3f carter 
3 *ft Carter 
l 4 Carter 
25 Carter 



7‘J 6®ft Carter 



KSi»7 


V ancouver 3 4 l:15%h\*y 


29-10 113 


3 




2 


4 


6 


6 lw ft(’arter 


G 


10170 


V’couver lm70yl :44 fast 


9 


106 


5 


3 


2 


1 


l*ft l 2 ! Carter 


7 


KUO! 


Vancouver 6ft f l:l9%fast 


14 5 


109 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4» 


4-J Carter 


5 


9912 


Vancouver 5ft f l:07%fast 


18 


102 


5 




4 


4 


33 


3* Carter 


G 


FLORENCE BIRCH, b. m. 9 




105 










Ey Dr. Walnisley — 


134S9 


Juarez l l s l:53%fast 


11 5 


9s 


6 


7 


7 


6 


3*ft 


3".‘. J Collins 


8 


13426 


Juarez 1 1-8 l:53%fast 


5 


95 


2 


2 


2 


3 


34 


3 2 ft J Collins 


G 


13399 


Juarez 1 J : 39% fast 


8 


loo 


11 


12 


12 


11 


7ft 10 1 GJ Collins 


12 


J22NO 


Juarez 1 1 16 1 :47jnfast 


15 


105 


8 


9 


4 


s 


ft 


3' ft J Collins 


JO 


13331 


Juarez 1 l:39%fast 


15 


105 


1 


ll 


9 


7 


4 3 


4 'ft J Collins 


14 



13293 Juarez 


118 1 :53%fast 


. 


98 


4 


2 


2 


15269 Juarez 


1 1-8 1:55 fast 


20 


103 


4 


4 


5 


13228 Juarez 


1 1 :41 fast 


7 


105 


7 


C 10 


13211 Juarez 


1 l:40%fast 


2.1 


103 


1 


2 


8 


13188 Juarez 


1 1-16 1 :47%fast 


30 


105 


7 


6 


7 


13145 Juarez 


1 1 :39 4 £fast 


21 


105 


5 


6 


6 


13085 Juarez 


1 1-16 1 :47 fast 


12 


I04 


4 


9 


8 


13019 Juarez 


1 1 :39%fast 


6 


106 


9 


5 


5 



GENERAL WARREN, cb. g. 3 



13499 Juarez 
13464 Juarez 
13409 Juarez 
13323 Juarez 
13252 Juarez 
13146 Juarez 
13121 Juarez 
12952 Juarez 
12910 Juarez 
12874 Juarez 
12842 Juarez 



1 1:49 hvy 
5ft f 1 :<)6%fast 
7-8 1 :26 fast 
3-4 1 :13%fast 
7-S l:26%fast 
3-4 l:l3%fast 
::-4 l:l2%fast 
3-4 l:13%fast 
3-4 1:13 fast 
3 -4 l:I4%fast 
64 f l:ll%hvy 



93 



3 2 ft 4 3 J Collins 
3-’ 3 2 J J Collins 
6 2 ft 6 7 ft R Feeney 
8 8 :u iF Ford 
6ft 87 J Collins 
of 5°ft F Benton 
6 5 5®ft R Feeney 
4 "5 3 8 1 R Feeney 
By Ces&rion 
ink 2" 1 '■ Mar 

5nk 421 p Ford 



Adams. J.D. W’ffeid. o. Blossom 
12 Rubicon II., Great Friar. L. Millie 
Jo Rooster. Gray’s Favorite, Cliilla 

11 An. Interest. Rosemary. I, .Bird!? 
14 Miss Sly, G.’s Favorite, T. Belle 

7 Cool. B. of Bryn Mawr. (). Queen 
9 11. had. B.ofBryuMawr. (>. Queen 
7 Auu’l Interest, Ben Stone, Cool 

4 J. of Asia, J.R.Clay. F. Industry 
1; Cauteni, Tahoe. Otilo 

7 Ferrona, Tony Koch, Orha Smile 

5 Steleliff. The Monk. Baby Doll 

8 Priu. Industry. M.Fmily. Balcliff 
F. industry. K, 1*71 k. Province 
Iioween. Melts, Vested Rights 
Acumen, Sir Alvescot, Ravarta 
Yuba. Bob Lynch, Delaney 
Nena George (S. A. Beckham). 
Moonlight. Lauibertha, Johnl.ouis 
Blue Beard. Curlicue. Defy 
Eva Tanguay, Hazel C.. Va-Va 
Elide Ben. Hardy, phillistiua 
Van Horn, Angie D., Startler 
Weyanoke. Phillistiua. J. Louis 

7 Falcada, Fhillistina, Topland 

12 John Louis. Shawnee. Frieze 
11 S. Berta. R. Oneil, Fhillistina 

9 Blue-Beard. Kelsetta. L. Elam 
9 Tr. Belle. II. Hawkins, StarBerta 

1+ Defy, J. Woods. Blaek-EyedSusan 

13 Sad. Shapiro, Gold Dust. Wicket 
■Katie Havlin (C. Woodford). 

12 M. McKee. MarieCogiiill. McAlan 
11 Mineo Jinimb. Muy Buena. Nila 



JACK LAXS0N. ch. g, 7 

121S8 Juarez 1 1-16 1 : 47% fast 



13123 .luar 
I30S.7 Juarez 
I :to47 Juarez 
i:to:*o .it arez 
12993 Juarez 
12917 Juarez 
12879 Juarez 
12851 Juarez 
12786 Juarez 
12726 Juarez 
12063 Juarez 
1262! Juarez 
ANGIE D.. b. 
] 2,409 Juarez 
1 338 1 .1 u&rez 

13210 Juarez 
13162 Juarez 
13144 Juarez 
HASSON, ch. 
13433 Juarez 
13301 Juarez 
13245 Juarez 
13074 Juarez 



13031 . 

12991 

12762 

13671 

12*32 

11694 



.1 uarez 
J uarez 
Juarez 
Jaurez 
Laurel 
H.deGrace 
WINIFRED D., 

12151 Juarez 
13108 Juarez 
13030 Juarez 
12979 Juarez 
12928 Juarez 
12964 Juarez 
12756 Juarez 
12711 Juarez 
1 220© Latonia 
13126 Churchill 
J 1801 Douglas 
9445 Latonia 
AD0LANTE 
15476 Juarez 
12.458 Juarez 
13422 Juarez 
13355 Juarez 
13301 Juarez 
12615 Juarez 
1 2589 Juarez 
12332 Laurel 
ROBERT, b. g. 5 
13167 Juarez 
13123 Juarez 
12938 Juarez 
12851 Juarez 
12786 Juarez 
12772 Juarez 
12743 Juarez 
12711 Juarez 
12684 Juarez 
12636 Juarez 
12615 Juarez 
KICK, blk. g, 

13409 Juarez 
13369 Juarez 
1333L Juarez 
13289 Juarez 
13252 Juarez 
13210 Juarez 
13163 Juarez 
HOPE SO, ch. g, 8 



1 l:38%fast 
1 1-16 1:47 fast 
1 1:40 fast 
1 l:3S%fast 
1116 1:46 fast 
1 1 J3& I 
1 1-8 1 .54 fast 
1 !:43%slow 
1 1-16 2:00 hvy 
1 1 16 1 :47 fast 
1 1:39 fast 
1 1-8 1 :53%fast 
f. 3 

7 8 1:26 fast 
1 1:41 fast 
1 1 : 39% fast 
7-8 1 : 27% fast 
3-4 1:13%fast 
3-4 1:14 fast 
4 

1 4 1:15- fast 
1 1 :39%fast 
1 1 :38 fast 
7-8 1:25 fast 
3-4 l:12%fast 
7-S 1 :24%fast 
6 h f 1:05 fast 
3 4 l:12%fast 
1 1:46 slow 
3-4 l:13%fast 
b. m, 5 
55 f l:06%t'ast 
3-4 1:12 fast 
1 l:28%fast 
3-4 l:ll%fast 
7-S l:25%fast 



c. 



1 1:39 fast 
1 l:38%fast 
3-4 l:15%mud 
3-4 1:14 fast 
3-4 1:14 fast 
3-4 l:13%fast 
ch. g, 5 

1 1:39% fast 
1 1 :39%fast 
1 1:39 fast 
1 1 :41Vsfast 
1 1:39%, fast 
1 1 :39%fast 
1 1 :39%fast 
1 1:46 slow 



1 l:3S%fast 
1 1 :3S%.fast 
7-S l:25%fast 

11! 

1 1-16 2:00 hvy 
3-4 l:17%mud 
13 16 1:47 fast 
1 l:3S%fast 
1 1-16 1 :46%fast 
1 1-16 1:46%, fast 
1 1:59-. .fast 



3ft 


115 13 


9 5 




99 


2 


6 


8-5 


97 


1 


4 3 


8 


97 : 


IO 


8 


6 


98 


3 


8 


7 


102 


5 


11 


3-5 


95 


a 


6 


3 


97 


3 


6 


8 


95 


2 


8 




112 






15 


112 


9 


9 9 


s 


112 


II 


11 11 


4 


108 


1 


12 9 


10 


108 


1 


S 8 


7 


112 


7 


11 10 


6 


los 


2 


9 9 


7 


103 


1 


7 7 


10 


103 


2 


fl fl 


3 


107 


3 


5 4 


4 


loS 


5 


7 5 


8 5 


108 


4 


4 6 


5 


106 


1 


5 5 


3 


107 


2 


5 6 




91 






8 


108 


5 


2 3 


3 


% 


» 


1 2 


12 


85 


6 


1 1 


8 


105 


5 


lo 10 


8 


96 


6 


3 


12 


96 


6 


3 




112 






4ft 


115 


9 


10 


2 


105 


5 


1 1 


5 


107 


6 


6 5 


3 


los 


7 


6 6 


3 ft 


no 


7 


8 


s 


lo7 


S 


9 9 


7 


KM 


6 


6 


10 


109 


1 


1 


7 


101 


6 


5 5 


7 


10s 


3 


3 




110 






5 


106 


9 


7 


4 


113 


9 


7 


2 


no 


6 


6 2 


10 


110 


5 


7 


5 


108 


13 12 11 


0 


112 


9 


5 


4 


105 


1 


1 1 


< 


108 


6 


2 1 


14 


105 


3 


6 


69 


105 


4 


5 


17 


no 


5 


9 


f’ld 


105 


5 


3 




112 






69 


no 


2 


6 9 


.;<* 


mo 


6 


S 8 


611 


no 


2 


13 13 


50 


im 


1 


12 12 


» 


107 


8 


7 11 


a» 


112 


rj 


0 i 


30 


108 


i 


6 8 


60 


100 


4 10 11 




112 






U 


10s 


8 


8 10 


30 


112 


2 


5 6 


20 


10S 


ll 


9 12 


15 


107 


8 10 12 


10 


103 


6 


6 7 


5 


110 


3 


4 


12 


103 


2 


4 5 


10 


no 


4 


6 0 


5 


108 


1 


2 3 



'5 C VanDu'nl4 Sheffield. Ya Hy-Yip, Angie D. 



6ft 



13 Prince Conrad. Bertha V.. Va-Va 
13 Mandadero, Cisko. Mesbach 
12 Masalo, Gomul. Sharper Knight 

10 Thomas Hare. Dalston, Durin 
12 Christmas Eve. Kiltie, George 

9 F.o’Fortuiie, Stev’ta, A.Ken’ilay 

11 Birka. Old Gotcli, Little Bit 
9 Ceos. Kiltie. Stevesta 

By Nankipooh — Chalange (C. N. Freeman). 

L Gentry '.1 Blue Beard. Kelsetta. L. Elam 

12 Rev. Phillistiua, Freewill 
1+ 1 6 ■ l > . J. Woods. Black EyedSnsan 

N S. Florence, Q.Trip, Caletlmmp'n 

11 Fi.S’mter. M'ndadero, Wini’d 0. 
Polls, lopland. llalronia 

s Mary Emily, Cool. Freewill 
d Cordie I-\, Sugar Lumn Sir John 

12 Husky Ead. Cordie F. , Jo« Woods 
N SIe« piand. Forge, c. W. Kennon 
li Kelsetta, Lord Elam. Defy 
7 L. Marcliuiont. Acumen, C11 Bon 
9 Nan. Me Dee, o. Queen. Sir John 



11 10 13 P Ford 
3=J 2 s A Neylon 
6*»k 2 2 ft F Ford 
8 4 S 1U ’.A Claver 
6i‘t 6 7 E Denny 
2*1 A Neylon 
4 4 2« A Neylon 
4«>‘ 2 1 A Neylon 



-ft 6' 3 ftL Gentry 
1 7 ,# IJ Groth 
2> L Gentry 
4 6 9 ft E Tapi in 
4"’iL Gentry 
5 4 5 3 J Li Gentry 
4 s 4 4 2 L Gentry 
3 s 4 :, J A Neylon 
4 2 ft 4 8 ft J Groth 
4 2 30. J Groth 
4'* 4 4 2 Groth 
3 2 2- Groth 



BIG LUMAX, ch. f. 3 



13161 Juarez 
15356 Juarez 
13212 Juarez 
13176 Juarez 
13109 Juarez 
13056 Juarez 
12990 Juarez 
12614 Juarez 
125S7 Juarez 



f.A f l :nfi%fast 
r..\f1;«7 fast 
5i 1' 1 :07 fast 
55 f 1:06 fast 
55 I 1 :05%fast 
5| t 1 :06 3 ifast 
55 f l:05%fast 
55 f l:06%fast 
5-8 59%fast 



100 

5 100 

45 loo 

6 100 

6 98 

11-6 103 

3J 101 



12021 Victoria Ab5-S 5S%fast 
11911 Victoria 5-8 l:01%fast 
11871 Victoria 1-2 49<f.fast 

BARBARA LANE. ch. f. 3 



4 

10 

10 

%-5 

11 

4 



100 

105 

105 

112 

102 

112 

110 



12356 


Juarez 


:.ft f 1 :•»: fast 


4 


lie 


4 


5 


4 


4* 


5 5 i R 


Estep 


■ 


Juurez 


1 n 38% fast 


6-5 


103 


5 


4 4 


4 


3 3 


lnb A 


Neylon 


13279 


Juarez 


■ 


4ft 


106 


5 


3 


3 


5* 


3 3 R 


Estep 


13200 


Juarez 


5ft f 1:07 last 


2 


108 


1 


7 


r; 


4ft 


2*ft J 


McCabe 


1 3170 


Juarez 


5ft f 19)6 fast 


8-6 


106 


3 


2 


3 


3* 


3= J 


McCabe 


13109 


Juarez 


5ft f 1 :05%fast 


12 


106 


3 


4 


4 


n 


1ft R 


Estep 


13067 


.1 ua rez 


5.1 f 1:05% fast 


20 


9S 


7 


7 


7 


5 3 


5 9 J 


McDon'd 


12755 


Juarez 


5ft f l:06%fast 


6 


103 


6 


6 


5 


5 l 


4 3 C 


Dishmon 


12722 


Juarez 


5ft f 1:07 fast 


4 


103 


9 


6 


4 


3 2 


l" k J 


McCabe 


12634 


J uarez 


oft f 1 :06%fast 


5 


9S 


7 


9 


10 


ll 2 


11 24 J 


McDon’d 


1-048 


Churchill 


5ft f 1 :06 fast 


12-6 


102 


0 


4 


4 


4b 


6* J 


McCabe 


11977 


Churchill 


3-4 1 :l3%fast 


29-10 102 10 


8 


3 


3b 


3i J 


McCabe 


11819 


Douglas 


r. f i9»: fast 


12-5 


107 


9 


10 


10 


10 


10 l4 ft.T 


McCabe 


9142 


Latonia 


5ft f 1:07% fast 


13-10 105 


3 


4 


1 


Vh Vi J 


McCabe 


9072 


Latonia 


5ft f 1 :07 good 14 


106 


5 


4 


4 


4* 


4 7 J J 


McCabe 


8908 


Latonia 


5ft f 1 :08 fast 


3 


105 


4 


4 


4 


3* 


la J 


McCabe 


8845 


Latonia 


5-8 1:00% fast 


6ft 


107 


5 


2 


2 


2 1 


2ft Kirseh’m 


8769 


Douglas 


5-S 1 :00 fast 


10 


111 


6 


6 


5 


4 4 


3* J 


McCabe 


S713 


Douglas 


5-8 1:02 slow 


3 


115 


2 


3 


4 


3‘J l‘ft J 


McCabe 


8459 


Douglas 


5-8 1:01 fast 


36-5 


108 


1 


3 


3 


2J 


3J J 


McCabe 



By Knight of the Thistle — Lumax (C. Bogan). 

4 1 3 2 1 A Claver i» Superl, Auntie Curl. Fnuhadi.ipi 
2‘ 2J A Claver S Birka, Superl. Dalston 

44 4 4 J A Claver <i Alvis. Fool o’ Fortune. Othello 

4 3 4 4 P Ford N Theodor it a. Lil. Kripp. li. Lane 
3 2 4 3 4 C Gross 8 Barbara Lane, Birka. Ed Luc** 

3=5 3*i A Claver S Florin. Alvis. Wild Horse 

1* 2 1 A Claver 7 C.McD’gall. F. o’Fortune, E.Luce 

2 1 2 2 3 R Carter ♦» Ratina, Gipsy Love. Theodorita 

3 2 4 5 3 5 R Carter 7 Paw, Manganese, Blarney 

l 1 1*5 MeMartin a Muy Buena, DuskyDave, Conjury 

li 14 MeMartin 0 Dusky Dave. Kimifax. Hosier 

5 5*5 Ormes 5 Conjury, Rimifax, Virglniu S. 

By General Roberts — Playful (F. D. Weir). 

8 Birka, Big Lumax, Superl 
ii George, Old Gotcli, Hester 

8 Ceos, Superl. Hlnata 

12 Bilk a- Dick Dodie. Auntie Curl 

9 Theodor It*. Lil. Kripp. B. Lumax 

8 Birka, Ed Luce, Big Lumax 
s Little Jane, Herpes, Rosemary 

13 Theodorita, MuyBuena, OldGotch 

9 Old Goteh. Durin. La Estrella 



DUSKY DAVE, ch. c. 3 



3488 

13387 



J uarez 
Jua rez 
13307 Juarez 
15268 Juarez 
13097 Juarez 
13044 Juarez 
12944 Juarez 
12886 Juarez 
12764 .luun-z 



: 4 1 : 15% fast 
5 s 1 :00 fast 
3 4 1:13 fast 
5-8 1:01 fast 
5?. f 1 :06 fast 
f l:06%fast 
5i f 1 :o6%fast 
51 f 1 :06%fast 
5-8 GS%fast 



100 

110 

103 

163 

113 

100 



12021 Victoria Ab5-S 68 4/ :; fast 



18-5 108 
2J 108 
10 102 
11-5 315 



10 C’meuse. B Wil ms. Theodorita 
12 P». Brother, Sosius. Lost Fortuue 

10 Theodorita. Gipsy Love. Tomboy 

7 Br’kt’n Belle. M. Lou. M. LeBus 
♦ I Bringhurst. B. and Saddle, Minda 
5 Black Toney. O’Hagan, Toronto 
9 Bandit, Old Ben. Brig’s Brother 

8 Casnarlna, Minda, BirdieWilliams 
B. Williams. Dain.Mint, Sh. Belle 

8 Lost Fortune. Old Ben. Harwood 

By Bonnie Joe — Independent (E. D. Kaufman). 

7 3 4\ J Metcalf 11 Auntie Curl, Francis. Transact 
9 3 7\’. W W T’ lor 12 IdaLavinia. Tliis.Bello. Par. Girl 

2 1 J 8 1 1 \V W T’lor 9 Masalo. Goldlinn. Tight Boy 

3*4 l 1 A Claver 11 '1’liis. Belle. B. Thomas. Filial able 
Ink 315 g W Car’ll 15 Hyki. R miiuI Lp. Dalston 
14-’" I MeDon dll George. Silver 'lone, AuntioCurl 
4\ 44 J Metcalf 8 Fool o’ Fortune, Durin. Old Gotcli 

12 34 C Kirsch’mlO Theodorita. Ed Luce, Ceos 

5»*it 4* J McBride 10 DocAUen. BuekThomas CaR’urn 

3*1 3*3 C’avan’gh 5 BigLmuax, MuyBuena, Conjury 



11911 Victoria 


5-8 


1 :01%fast 


19-10 


111 


1 


2 


2 


2*ft 


2 4 ft .McBride G 


Big i.umax, Rimifax, Hester 


11S45 Victoria 


5-8 


1 :02%fast 


1 


110 


4 


1 


1 


1* 


Uft McBride 4 


MuyBuena. Hester. Oust. House 


11586 Vancouver 1-2 


48%good 3ft 


115 










1® Cavan’gb G 


I.a Estrella, Conjury, Rimifax 


BIRKA, br. f, 


3 






no 








By Solitaire II. — Lily Golding (M. Lowenstein). 


13161 Juarez 


51 f 


1 :06%fast 


3ft 


ms 


5 


3 


3 


5 4 ft 


8*2 R Feeney *.♦ 


.superl. Auntie Curl, Big l.iimux 


13356 Juarez 


5ft f 


1 9)7 fast 


4 


110 


1 


1 


1 


lb" 


lft J Dreyer s 


Big Lumax, Superl, Dalston 


13200 Juarez 


5ft f 


1 9J7 fast 


5 


ms 


3 


•) 


1 


I s 


l'ft J Dreyer 12 


Barbara La no. D. Dodie, A. Curl 


13109 Juarez 


5ft f 


1 :05%fast 


4ft 


103 


6 


1 


1 


1*?. 


2ft C VanDu’n 8 


Barb. Lane. Ed Luce. BigLmuax 


13045 Juarez 


5ft f 1:06 fast 




106 


1 


1 


1 


2 l 


4 2 W W T’lor N 


Fool o’Fortune. Claribel. Ed Luce 


12996 Juarez 


5-8 


59 fast 


10 


102 


5 


4 


6 


6 


3 2 ft C VanDu’n 7 


Herpes, Gimli, Brightstone 


12874 Juarez 


3-4 


1:14% fast 


4 


105 


6 


1 


1 


lb 


1“ R Feeney 11 


Gen. Warren, old Gotcli. Lit. Bit 


12787 Juarez 


5-8 


1 :05%hvy 


12 


100 


5 


5 


6 


8 


8 10 ftO W Car’ll 8 


The Fad. V. Forty. BuekThomas 


127 IS Juarez 


5ft f 


1 :06 fast 


2ft 


104 


2 


1 


1 


I s 


l 5 C Kirsch’m 12 


Transact. Ala. Bam, Dr. Bailey 


12682 Juarez 


5-8 


1 9)0 fast 


12 


112 


7 


6 


R 


4*ft 4 33 W W T’lorll 


B. Hensley. Super’rity, Baltimore 


12658 Juarez 


6ft f 


1 :0S fast 


30 


105 


4 


1 


5 


4ft 


5’" R Feeney 7 


G.Love, A.Kennedny. Theodorita 


1234S l^atonia 


3-4 


1 :19%hvy 


26 


108 


12 


10 


7 




7 22 J Henry 1*2 


Mesbach, Len. Pride, Transit 


11651 Douglas 


5-S 


1 : u0% fast 


68 


lOSftlO 


10 


10 


10 


10 17 ftW Andi sail 


GlpsyLove. Auytime, I. Lavinia 



11285 Lexington 51 f l:€9»ggood 12-5 199 



10562 Windsor 
9311 Hamilton 
9261 Hamilton 



54 f l:07Y 5 fast 5 101 

04 f 1 :u7 4 ifast 3J 109 
5 8 1 :01%fast 11-10 110 



By Marta Santa — Noogs (W. H. Fizer), 

3 34 F Benton 14 Shertield. Ya-Hy Yip. J. Nolan 

2 4 s 5 7 i P Ford lo Frieze. Tom Murphy. Downland 

1 1*J A Mott 14 Van Horn. Startler. Flor. Birch 

10 9- 7 10 4F Benton 12 Dalston. Bertha V., Kick 

5 3>« 2> ,k P Ford in Vireo, Miss Edith, Dronii 

3 3 ,,k 34 P Ford 13 J.B.Maylow, Venetian, Ilolberg 

Bv Ornus — Balsam Fir (I. Striker), 
s x" 44 .1 O’Brien 13 I’hilla. Franeis, Nila 

1 1* 4 2 4 A Neylon 11 E. Tanguay. Cisko, Tom Murphy 

7 7 7 !7 E Taplin 7 Fort Sumter, Acumen, Rockdale 

4 44 3 2 J R Hoffman s Ask Ma, Mandadero. Old Gotcli 

7 6* 34 R Hoffman 12 Wln*eler, Kali-lnla, Ferrona 

10 10 lo'4*R Hoffman 10 Barsac, Sea Cliff, M. It. Eubanks 

5 5 5" F Benton 0 Lutlier, Dominica. G. Marchraont 

2 2J 3 4 4 F Benton 5 Dynamo. Wevanoke. J. of Asia 

8 8 1 * 7* Campbell 11 Napier. Defy. Merry Lad 

2 2 s 2 1 Troxler 9 S.Moon. Dr.R.L.S’ger. S.Al’scot 
By Knight of the Thistle— La Wanda fW.S.Trevey). 

7 11 10 12 P Ford 13 LadyPender, Lamb’sTail, Cloak 
7 10 ]0 !4 4C VanDu‘ni2 Colquitt. Rooster, Weyanoke 

'J C VanDu’nll Ft. Sumter. Mandadero. Cale’iau 



8496 Douglas 


4ft f 


65%fast 


f’ld 


110 


CEOS, b. c. 3 

13(61 Juarez 


5ft f 1 


9 -6% fast 


15 


115 

113 


13423 Juarez 


3-4 1 


:13 fast 


5 


98 


12401 Juarez 


3-4 1 


:12%fast 


4 


9S 


13310 Juarez 


3-4 1 


:12%fast 


10 


107 


13279 Juarez 


5ft f 1 


: 06% fast 


12 


no 


13229 Juarez 


7-8 1 


: 26 --last 


5 


10S 


13200 Juarez 


r.ft r 1 


9)7 fast 


7 


113 


13124 Juarez 


5ft f 1 


:06 fast 


20 


97 


I3U76 Juarez 


7 8 1 


:25 fast 


10 


98 


13022 Juarez 


7-8 I 


:25 fast 


12 


91 


12965 Juarez 


7 S 1 


26%fast 




97 


12944 Juarez 


5ft f 1 


:06‘/ r .fast 


4ft 


108 


12886 Juarez 


6ft f 1 


:06%fast 


8 


111 


1 2842 Juarez 


5 ft f I 


:ll%hvy 


6 


108 


12755 Juarez 


S| C 1 


Mi --fast 


20 


108 


DALSTON. br, 

13461 Juarez 


c, 3 

5ft f 1 


:06- r ,fast 


s 


110 

108 


13356 Juarez 


5ft f 1 


:07 fast 


4 


no 


13253 Juarez 


3-4 1 


:13%fast 


8 


105 


13210 Juarez 


7-8 1 


:27%fast 


9-10 


113 


13163 Juarez 


3-4 1 


:13%fast 


8-5 


113 


13121 Juarez 


3 4 1 


:12%fast 


2ft 


108 


13097 Juarez 


5ft f 1 


:06 fast 


. 


113 


1-966 Juarez 


5 ft f 1 9)7%fast 


15 


106 


12932 Juarez 


3-4 1 


: 12 3 .-, fast 


] 5 


106 



Wheeled. 
1 7 7 



6 4 
11 
13 

2 1 
3 1 
3 3 
8 
5 
1 

10 



12774 Juarez 54 f 1 MiSffcmud 15 los 
11506 Vancouver 3-4 l:14%good 54 105 

11026 Vancouver 44 f 55 fast 13-10 108 
9*936 Vancouver 44 f GHsfast 14-5 112 



10 

4 

10 

13 

7 

4 



4& 3*4 Goose 11 Candy Box. Ada. Stella Graine 

4 3 4 2 4 Kederis 7 Indolence, Lou iseTra vers, Superl 

4* 4 3 4 Buxton 7 Osaple, Pat Rutledge, Thelma J. 

3 s 3 4 J Gross 7 Requiram, D. Cluster. Wanita 

1* 14 Kirsch’in 11 Wat’melon, Viol. May, Hor tense 

By Solitaire II. — Formella (Kelley & Delaney), 

8 *; ; i H Woods Su]ti rl. Aunfi** Curl, Rig Lumax 
6® 6 7 W W T’lor 8 Ed. Adams. AnneMeGee. Or i. Lad 

W W T’lor 8 A11. Interest. Durin. Orimar Lad 
7 7 3 3 W W T’lor 7 Florin. Theodorita, Gipsy Love 

4=4 l 1 YV W T’lor 8 Superl, Barbara Lane, Hinata 
3-4 54 R Feeney 10 Durin. Christmas Eve. George 
10 10* 4 J Loftus 12 Birka. Barbara Laue. Dick Dodie 

9 7 7 W W T*lorl4 Miss Sly. G.’s Favorite. T. Belle 

2" k 3‘J W W T’lor 8 F. o’ Fortune. Acumen, o. Suiile 
2 nk 3 3 J Metcalf II Acumen. Bob Lynch. Dviiaiuo 

2 2 15 W \V T’lor 8 TIkis. Hare, Freewill. Mawr Lad 

6i| 6” E Haynes 8 Fool o’ Fortune, Durin. old Goteh 

5- 44 L Gentry 10 Themlorita. Ed Luce. DuskyDave 
3*4 1 1 L Gentry 9 Gen. Warren. Kiltie, Stevesta 
7 4 7"* H Cavan’hl3 Theodorita. MuyBuena, OldGotch 

By Sir Huon — Binda (J. C. Ferris) 

G Moles’th 9 Superl. Auntie Curl, Big Lumax 
Yloles’tii s Birka, Big Lumax. Superl 
Moles’th 6 Tlios. Hare, Superl. Chrisfopliino 
Moles’ tli 12 Bertha V. Kick. Va Ya 
Moles'thll Transact, Ball inmre. Kirk 
M oles’thll) Tlios.llore. Durin. ChristuiasEve 
Moles’ tii 15 Hyki. Round I p, I >11 sky Dave 
Moles’thl3 l-larwood. Old Goteh. Durin 
Moles’th 8 Florin. Superl. Bob Hensley 
Moles’th 9 Aug.lleinze. OldGotch. Transact 
Molesw’li (i Manganese. Transact. Felina 
Molesw’h 



5 6 44 G 
3*4 14 G 



G 



64 4*5 G 
2 12*" G 
6*J 6* 15 G 
7® 7 1, J.G 
34 2 
1 



9 M. Olga. S. McNamara. R. Sand 



3 4 

4U 

9 



108 

112 

93 



J Howard 9 Lit. Jane, ButterBall, Mandadcr 
8 9 3 F Teahan 13 P.Industry. C’ltliumpian. Labold 
3 1 3*4 P Ford 10 Hazel (’., Hvki, Caletbumpian 
2 s 44 P Ford x O. Queen, B.ofB.Muwr. L.M’mont 

24 4 :t 4 J Groth 9 L. Marehmont. Sigurd, Cordie F. 

6 30 5 ,0 4Kederis 7 VreelanU. J. Dockery, C’hauticlor 
5 2 3 s H W(mh1s 9 Flex, Isidura. Back Bay 
5 l 5*| Grlner 11 Celesta. Oakland. Pop Gun 
41 2 nk W Andressl2 C.Iirook, D. Allen. B. of Pleasur# 
By The Coirnimner — Niaxus (C. L. Mackey), 

11 ll 18 J Metcalf 11 S. Knight. J. Nolan. ITsulaKiiiuin 

s 7-' J Metcalf x Denmark. I n. Ben, Calethmup’n 

13 13*- J Metcalf 13 Denmark. Frsuiallmma, L. Young 

12 12 35 F Benton 12 Amou, Zenotek, Mystic Boy 

11 ll 15 J Metcalf 11 E. Tanguay, Cisko, Tom Murphy 
11® ll 3 * Gentry ----- - - 



9 18 R Carter 
9 17 Sumter 



12 O.Lad. TrojanBelle. FaneiillHall 
14 Melts. N. McDee, L. March men t 
11 Napier, Defy, Merry Lad 
By Stalwart — Topsy Over (Mrs. H. Tullett). 

9 1 * W McIn’relO Pontefract, L.Elam. T. Chapin an 
10* 4 4W Mcln’re 12 Rey, Phillistina. Freewill 
12* 7 M M’thewsl3 P.Industry C’lthumpian, Labold 
10 ltt F Stevens 12 Husky Lad. Cordie F., Joi*Woods 



5 ,4 SA Claver 
3*X 24 A Claver 
4* A 3* A Claver 
6* «• A Claver 
6 3 € I1 iKtrsch’m 



7 8 1.26 fast 


15 


IK* 


4 


8 


7 


7 




Moles’th 14 


3 4 1:15 fast 


40 


KiT 


11 




14 


14 


14 14-» G 


Moles’thl4 


1 1 :39%fast 


26 


87 


14 


14 14 


14 


12 9 7 3 R 


Crawf’rdl4 


3-4 1 :13%fast 


25 


112 


11 




10 


11 


12 ll 1 ® J 


Groth 15 


7-S 1 :26%fast 


8 


106 10 


9 


8 


0 


6 * 7 ,! 3J 


Groth 13 


7-8 l:27%fast 


20 


IK* 


7 


5 


6 


8 


6 3 3 3 ft J 


Groth 12 


3-4 l:13%fast 


100 


110 


7 




3 


2 


2 1 * 4 8 J 


Groth 11 



8 Sleepland. Forge. C. W. Kennon 
s Frazzie, g. of Allah, Brack Bonta 

10 Sigurd. Cordie F., Caletbumpian 

9 L. Marehmont. Sigurd. Cordie F. 
7 Curlicue, I. Marchm’t, Troj. Belle 

S‘4 4 18 M M’thews 9 Orb. Lad, F’rs. Emma. Fan. Hall 
&nk 443 \i M’thewsl2 O.Lad. TrojanBelle. FaneullHall 
By Leonid — Insolence (W. McLemore). 

” Id, Ya-Hy-Yip, Angie D. 
nasEve. LaEstrella, Hyki 



13423 

1335.) 

13301 

13252 

13146 

1199. 



1 uarez 



Juarez 
Juarez 
J uarez 
Juarez 
Victoria 
11903 Victoria 
11»48 Victoria 



1 1:39 fast 
1 l:41%fast 
1 1 :39%fast 
7-8 1 :26%f ast 
3-4 ElS^fast 
3-4 1 :16%fast 
3-4 1 :16%fast 
3-4 1:17 fast 



J14X- Vancouver 54 f l:10%hvy 
11017 Vancouver 6A f l:67 4 s last 
10919 Vancouver 64 f l:20%fast 
10859 \ ancouver 3-4 l:14%,fast 
10440 Vancouver 5| f 1 :07 4 sfast 
CHIEF DESMOND, b. g. 9 
1 ’2928 Juarez 7-8 l:25%fast 
2141 Victoria 1 l:46%.tnud 
12003 Victoria 1 1:43 last 
1913 Victoria 11-8 1:56 fast 
1JX50 Victoria 1 1-16 l:49%fast 
11707 Victoria lmTOy l:48%fast 
10965 Vancouver l l:40%fast 
10890 Vancouver 
10194 Vancouver 
Vancouver 
.♦944 Vancouver 
9713 Vancouver 
LARGO, b. f, 3 
J 3446 Juarez 



112 

115 8 6 
115 11 10 

113 9 11 
- 

115 12 

114 4 
112 
112 
109 



21-5 109 



107 
112 

109 
112 
103 
102 

110 
22-5 112 
2 112 
6 107 



1 13 13 
3 4 4 



1 l:40%fast 57 109 

7-8 1:27%fast 2 99 

7-8 1 :28 fast 23-10 109 

1 l:40%fast 18 111 

7-8 1:28 fast 



13409 Juarez 
13279 Juarez 
13210 Juarez 
13o44 Juarez 
12988 Juarez 
9612 Min.Sp’gs 



1 l:39V 5 fast 
7-8 1 :26 fast 
54 f 1 :06%fast 
7-8 1 :27%fast 
54 f 1 :0€%fast 
54 f 1 :07 fast 
5-S 1:03 fast 



13 

20 

20 

100 

100 

30 

20 

20 



8 11 



104 11 10 12 

105 7 6 

108 4 11 12 
105 It 9 

104 8 5 

105 6 7 



Jice. Superiority, Francis 
ladero, Gen. Warren. Cisko 
Ion. Bertha V.. Va-Va 
sact, Dalston. Baltimore 
By Bedeck — Lula W. (J. J. Troxler). 

6*4 5 7 R Troxler 13 Denmark, ITrsulaEmma, L. Young 
4- 491 k Troxler 12 Anion, Zenotek, Mystic Boy 

10 10'* R Troxler 11 E. Tanguay, Cisko, Tom Murphy 

9 R Troxler 13 Maudadero, Gen. Warren, Cisko 

11 10 1 * W Mcln’re 12 Masalo. General Warren, Gomul 

7 9 4 Cavan’gli 7 Daylight. Oblivion. J.Blackstook 
Anderson 7 Wiltrude S., O. Smile J.B’stock 
7 8 Taylor 8 H. Hawkins. Wilt’deS.’, Efficiency 

24 Gentry 11 Dr. Neuler, Kelsetta. PreirySoon* 

6 S 4 J McBride 10 Snltigrade, Moralight, Auto Girl 
4 4 A McBride 9 M. McKee. Shawnee. Hand. Ted 
6 C 5 McBride 7 Tremargo. Olilivion. Masalo 
2*4 1° McBride 8 HughGray. S. Shapiro. Bredwell 
By Sain — Laura Agnes (J. Pelter). 

13 10 1 1 A Claver 13 P.Industry C’ltlmrapian. Labold 

8 South. Gold, The Monk, Qu. Trip 
0 Gnty Palleu, Kelsetta, Shawnee 

9 Baleliff. Voladay Jr.. G. Pallen 
7 Jack Laxson, Eddie Mott, Frieze 
5 J. Lassou, Ed. Mott. The Monk 
7 L. Creed. L. Sawyer. Abound 
7 P.ofBohemia. C.W.Ken’n, Ab”nd 
0 Zinkaud. Dareington. H. Range 
9 Lonta. Lambertha. Birdie P. 

7 G. Agnes, Stouemau, TonyKot.'h 
9 Lady Mint. Cuvina. Auto Girl 

By Sempronius — Himera (E. L. Fitzgerald). 

1*4 8 14 W W T’lorl2 Hardy. Cisko. J. Nolan 
11 ” R Feeney 14 Sheffield, Ya Hy-Yip. Angie D. 

7 7 12 JG Moles’th 8 Ceos, Superl. Barbara Lane 

32 12 25 l.T Daniels 12 Dalston, Bertha V.. Kick 

— ~ George. DuskyDave. Silver Tone 

8 Claribel, Transact. Silver Tone 
8 Sil.Tone, Claxonette. M.B. Harbor 



00MA, blk. f, 3 

13461 Juarez 
13425 Juarez 
1 3386 Juarez 
13266 Juarez 
13133 Juarez 
13044 Juarez 
12940 Juarez 
12900 Juarez 
11527 H.deGrace 
11341 H.deGrace 
111S9 H.deGrace 
7203 Juarez 
7095 Juarez 
6927 Juarez 
6S97 Juarez 



54 f 1 : 06% fast 
0-8 1 :00 fast 
5-8 59 last 

5- 8 1:01 fast 

2- 4 l:13%fast 
5A f l:06%fast 
64 f 1:07 fast 

3- 4 l :13%fast 

6- 8 1 :02%good 7 
6-8 1:01 fast 6 
5-8 1 :01 fast 50 

1-2 49g good 4 

34 f 44 mud 5 
‘ ‘ 402 fast 3-2 

37* hvy 4 5 



20 

40 

15 

20 

50 



34 f 

3-8 



CLARIBEL, ch. f. 3 

12161 Juarez 5.*. 
13332 Juarez 
13200 Juarez 
13176 Juarez 
13045 Juarez 
I29SS Juarez 
12S99 Juarez 
12834 Juarez 



f 1 ms;*- fa st 
4 f l:oC*: 5 fast 



f 1:07 
f 1:06 
>4 f 1:06 
>4 f 1:07 
5-8 1 :00 
5-S 1 9)0 



fast 

fast 

fast 

fast 

fast 

hvy 



100 

92 4 
85 10 

87 10 
K •• 

105 10 
95 6 
105 10 

88 5 

103 7 

104 3 

102 7 
110 5 
113 2 
110 1 
112 6 

105 

103 7 
110 
107 

93 
100 

93 

112 



8 5 3 2 4 3 4 3 Molesw’h 8 Peekaboo. S.Nell. S. McNamara 

By Cesarion — Sneerwell (P. T. Chinn). 

4 62 7 4 4 A Mott 9 Superl. Auntie Curl, Big Lumax 

9 8 3 15 A Mott 11 Palatable. Par. Girl. Tliist. Be’.V 

6 2*» 2* A Molt 14 Auntie Curl. Veuo Yon. Leford 

6 6 2 4 4=5 A Mott 11 Zulu, T. Wolffartli, Auntie Curl 

10 12 12 1G JA Mott 14 Silver Tone. Bertha V.. Felina 

9 9 9 18 A Mott It Georee, Dusky Dave, Silver Tone 

11 11 11«® A Mott Li Thos.Hare, LaEstrella. RoundFp 

4 9 10“ A Mott 12 T. Belle. Mar.C’hnvis, Sen. James 

7 8 5 8‘ 4 J McTag’rt 9 Salon. Bulgar, Zodiac 

6 6 s 7 12 J Callahan 9 Trade Mark. Beau Pere, Bulgar 

3 6 l 8 l ° J Callahan 9 Undaunted. Uncle Mun. Maler 

2 2 nk 1" Borel 8 Little Bit, Kiltie, OldGotch 

2« k 3 7 Borel tl Ida Lavinia. Little Bit. Othello 

3* 4 4 4 Borel S Othello. Panluiebapi Old Goteh 

l« k 1»> Borel G StellaWard. Irish Ann. Edith vV. 

By Sir Huon — Sevilla (C, W. Gasser). 

9 9 M M’thews b Superl. Auntie Curl, Big Lumax 



4 

10 

8 

li 

8 

11 

8 

4 

3 



J 1* 
3“ k tl 3 



M M’thews Li I. Lavinia. J.B.M’ylow, Roundl'p 
J Groth 12 Birka. Barbara Lane, Dick Dodiv 



K Haynes 
ink 2n r Haynes 
2'A 14 F- Haynes 
7 4 5*U W Kelsay 
2 4 4 2*4 E Haynes 



S ’nuHxiorita. Lil. Kripp. li. Lane 
s Fuel o’ Fortune, EdLuce, Birka 
s Tran^aet, S'il v<»r Tone. Ya Hy-Yip 
2 L.Will, A lint Elsie, ChristuiasEve 
H Old Goteh, La Estrella, George 



REQUIRAM. b. f, 3 



100 



12176 Juarez 


5ft f 1:06 fast 


13 


102 


5 


7 


7 


7 


12990 Juarez 


5ft f 1 :05%fust 


2 


103 


6 


2 


3 


**,3 


12916 Juarez 


3-4 l:12%fast 


20 


HH 


9 


t 


S 


8 


12154 Churchill 


5ft f 1:08 mud 


15 


107 


4 


5 


7 


7 


12025 Churchill 


5-8 1:03 mud 


11 


113 


7 


7 


4 


4ft 


11819 Douglas 


5ft f 1:07 fast 


24 


no 


1 


7 


7 


6 2 


11644 Woodbine 


3-4 l:15%fast 


59-10 


112 


4 


4 


3 


4 3 



11223 Blue Bon. 
11091 BlueBon. 
b'878 Conn’ght 



5.\ f l:07%fast 
6A f l:08%fast 
54 f 1 9)8% fast 



9 5 

10 
44 



10835 


Connaught 


5-S 1:02 fast 


11-10 


102 


3 


3 


1 


2 1 


4 4 i 


W W T’lor :> 


10493 


Windsor 


5-S l:00%fast 


8 


103 


2 


1 


1 


ink 


2ft 


Loinisbv 11 


10462 


Windsor 


5-S 1 :00 fast 


12 


101 


3 


2 


2 


*>4 


2 4 


Lounsb’y 9 


10395 


Fort Erie 


5ft f l:07%good 


5 


101 


2 


1 


1 


lft 


34 W W T’lor s 


10296 


Fort Erie 


5ft f l:09%slow 


8 


99 


3 


9 


2 


95 


92 


W W T' lor 7 


10120 


Hamilton 


5 ft f l:07%fast 


8 


102 ft 3 


2 


2 


3 1 


3*1 


Buxton 7 


9996 


Hamilton 


3-4 l:l3%fast 


15 


109 


4 


2 


2 


4ft 


6 s * 


B Steele 9 


9810 Windsor 


5ft f 1:12 hvy 


6-5 


107 


2 


1 


1 


1* 


1* 


Montour G 



ADMIRAL S DAUGHTER, b. f, 3 



By Tony Faust — Resignation II. (W. W. Maraman). 
7 13 G Gould s Theodorita. Lil. Kripp. li. Laue 

6"* R Estep 7 C.MeD’gal. B. Lumax. F. o’ Fort ’e 

S 2 '* G Gould 9 Sosius, Gypsy Love. Theodorita 

7 14 JW V T’lor 8 Bolalu, Birdie Williams. Sosius 

3=4 Gould 8 Bolala. Ratina, Judge Gbeens 

6*i Gould 10 Theodorita, Gipsy Love. Tomboy 

5 1I iGould G Harbard, Stevesta. Tiktok 

2 5 Gould S Stevesta. Cannock. Malik 

l 1 Gould 14 Montreal, Stevesta. The Idol 

6®i E Scharf 11 Zodiac, Serenata. Colors 

r 9 Zodiac. Grazelle. Louise Travers 

Miss Declare. Janiel, Laura 
Katina. Pat Rutledge. Bolala 
P. Rutledge, T. Urchin. Superl 
B. Williams. Superl. The Urchin 
P. Rutledge. L. Travers. Tattler 
Rags, P. Rutledge, Scarlet I etter 
Serenata. Buzz Around, Alador 

Elliott). 



7 4 



4* 

7 



44 3 7 Claver 
3 4 3® Claver 
9 9 10 Claver 

l 3 l 4 O’Brien 
l 1 Claver 
4 2 4 4*4 Claver 
3* 2° Claver 
5* 3*3 Claver 
24 1° Claver 
3 k 4 4 Claver 
4 4 2 4 Claver 



6* 6’*4.r Daniels 
4 3 6 10 J Daniels 
7* 4 4Q’Mah’ey 



THIRD RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds. Selling. (12085—1:01%— 3— 124.) 



b'.39s Juarez 


3-4 l:13%fast 


20 


103 


3 


2 


4 


5 2 


6 1 3 P Hill 


G 


Droll. Franeis. Aunt Elsie 


12432 Latonia 


oft f 1:08 fast 


fid 


105 


11 


10 


12 


12 


12 1 8 Hill 


■ jo 


Shelby Belle. StellaGraine. Colie 


12082 Churchill 


5ft f l:06%fast 


f’ld 


105 11 


13 


12 


12 


12 I23 F Benton 


13 


Waterbass. K. Worth, Brouzew’g 


8202 C. d’Alene 


4ft f 56 mud 


1-2 


115 


4 


4 


3 


4 1 


5 5 E McEwe 


n 7 


MuyBuena, P. Janice, Alab. Bam 


8137 C. d’Alene 


3J f 42 slop 


3-2 


115 


2 






l*ft l*ft Warren 


G Sir Harry. Kara V’ez, Crusty 


SUMMERHILL, 


ch. f, 3 




100 








By Stalwart — Lady Balgowan (W. C. Clancy). 


13332 Juarez 


5ft f J :06%fast 


15 


100 


6 


6 


6 


13 


13 2c ftA Claver 


13 


Claribel, I. Lavinia. J.B.Maylow 


13044 Juarez 


5ft f l:06%fast 


6 


100 


8 


6 


7 


73 


S I7 ftP Ford 


11 


George. Dusky Dave, Silver Tone 


12966 Juarez 


5ft f 1 :07%fast 


15 


100 


4 


3 


7 


6 2 


9 1 4 ft A Clax*er 


13 


Harwood, Old Gotcli, Durin 


12940 Juarez 


5ft f 1:07 fast 


8 


100 


9 


6 


4 


3'ft 


4 3 J A Claver 


13 


Thos.Hare, LaEstrella. Round Up 


12718 Juarez 


5ft f 1:06 fast 


15 


100 10 


9 


7 


8 


9' 3 A Claver 


12 


Birka. Transact. Alabama Bam 


9S10 Windsor 


5ft f 1:12 hvy 


30 


102ft 3 


2 


6 


4 1 


5 1 1 P Moody 


G 


Requiram, Serenata, B. Around 


9731 Windsor 


5-8 1 :01%fast 


100 


103 


1 


6 


6 


9» 


10 ll ftGross 


10 


Colors. L. Travers. EmeraldGem 


9424 Fort Erie 


6-8 l:03%slow 


m 


105 


4 


6 


9 


7* 


9 13 Gross 


0 


S. Rocket. P. Rutledge, Centaurl 



FOURTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. (12996- 



ROYAL DOLLY, br. m. 5 



13490 Juarez 
12448 Juarez 
12.770 Juarez 
1320 L Juarez 
13153 Juarez 
13070 Juarez 
13021 Juarez 
12913 Juarez 
13865 Juarez 
12674 Juarez 
12613 Juarez 



!-4 1:12 fast 
3-4 1:12 fast 
7-8 1:26 fast 
64 f l:05%fast 
3-4 1 :ll%f&8t 
3-4 1:11 fast 
7-8 1 :24 4 ~fast 
3-4 1:12 fast 
3-4 1:14 good 1 
3-4 1 :l2%fast 2 
64 f 1 :06%fast 4 



108 

5-5 113 
» no 
) 108 
r-10 108 

if* 105 
M0 102 
106 



44 



CAPTAIN BURNS, b. c. 3 



SUPERL, ch 

13488 Juarez 
13461 Juarez 
J 3356 Juarez 
13279 Juarez 
13253 Juarez 
13165 Juarez 
13032 Juarez 
13008 Juarez 
12932 Juarez 
I2M8 Juarez 
AUNTIE CURL 
i:;48s Juarez 
13461 Juarez 
13434 Juarez 
12385 Juarez 
13289 Juarez 
13266 Juarez 
13200 Juarez 
13044 Juarez 
12966 Juarez 
12940 Juarez 
12910 Juarez 
12808 Juarez 
12395 Dallas 
12X6 Dallas 



f. 3 

3-4 l:13%fast 
5A f 1 :06%fast 
64 f 1 :07 fast 
54 f 1 :06%fast 
3-4 l:13%fast 
3-4 l:12%fast 
3-4 l:12%fast 
54 f 1 :05%fast 
3-4 1:12%fast 
54 f 1 :06%fast 
ch. f. 3 
3 4 1 : 13% fast 
54 f 1 :06%l'ast 
6A f 1:07 fast 
5-8 59 fast 

3-4 l:13%fast 
5-8 1 :01 fast 
5| f 1:07 fast 
54 f 1 :06%fast 
54 f l:07%fast 
64 f 1:07 fast 
3-4 1:13 
54 f 1:15 
3-4 1:17 
li f 1 :15 



fast 

hvy 

fast 

slow 



105 

110 10 
H 1 
100 6 
103 3 
103 1 

107 r. 

98 1 
HO 7 
102 2 
110 4 
100 
105 1 
96 3 

95 4 

96 5 
110 7 
103 6 
100 6 
102 2 
100 1 
105 11 
110 2 
107 6 
115 1 
112 1 



8 7 



By The Commoner — Ice Water (R. J. Mackenzie). 

62 5 1 J Kederis 11 Auntie Curl, Francis. Transact 
3»> l| W W T’lor 9 A. Curl, B. Lumax, Panhachapi 
3* 3* P Ford 8 Birka. Big Lomax. Dalston 

2nk 2 1 J Kederis 8 Ceos, Barbara Lane. Hinata 
lb 32 J Kederis G Dalston. Thos.Hare, Christophine 
4'4 4 8 J Groth 8 Mil. Roblee, Capt. Burns, Sosius 
5 4 3 2 J J McDon’d G Bing, MiltonRoblee, (’apt. Burns 
5* 5 S 4 J Groth ll Aunt Elsie. Kisland, Rodondo 
3 s 2 1 J McDon’d 8 Florin, Bob Hensley. May L. 

7 7*J C Kirsch’m 7 Redpatb. Bob Hensley. May li. 

By Prospero— Charley’s Aunt (S. A. Beckham). 

2* 1“ J Collins 11 Francis, Transact. Dusky Dave 

ink 24 J Collins 9 Superl. IL Lumax Panhachapi 

4 4 4 3 ! J Collins 7 Herpes, Or. Blossom. Dominica 

3 3 l 1 J Collins 14 Ooma, Veno Von, Leford 

4 1 * 4*4 J Howard 15 Ed Luce. Superiority, Francis 

3 1 * 3 2 2 J Howard 11 Zulu, Tildie Wolffartb, Ooma 

5* 4*2 J Collins 12 Birka. Barbara Lane. Dick Dodie 
2 1 * 4 1 R Feeney 1 1 George, DuskyDave. Silver Tone 
33 4« o ."W Car’ 1113 Harwood. Old Goteh. Durin 

5®2 R Feeney 13 Thos.Hare. LaEstrella, RoundUp 
9 F.o’Fortune, G. Warren. Stevesta 
G Lit. Bit, Harwood. A. Kenneday 
7 Prospero Son. Janiel, Blarney 
4.Proa.Son, Mary Bickford. Buuipa 



7 ,7 4L Gentry 
2*4 L Gentry 
4 l Collins 
1 « E Smith 



13490 Juarez 
15460 Juarez 
15370 Juarez 
13303 Juarez 
13267 Juarez 
12225 Juarez 
13165 Juarez 
13147 Juarez 
13099 Juarez 
13069 Juarez 
13032 Juarez 
12603 James’ n 
12580 James’ n 
12509 James’ n 
12331 Laurel 
tDead heat. 

COSGROVE, b. h. 5 



3 



3-4 1:12 fast 
3-4 1:12 fast 
7-8 1 :26 fast 
54 f l:05%fast 
3-4 1:14 fast 
3-4 1:13 fast 
3-4 l:12%fast 
3-4 l:12 4 ifast 
5* f 1 :05 fast 
54 f 1 :04%fast 
3-4 1 :12%fast 2 
64 f 1:08 good 44 
3-4 l:15%fast 24 
3-4 l:14%fast 5 
54 f 1:11 slow 6 



106 
105 
104 
112 

107 

103 

108 
4 96 

10 97 

4 108 

23-5 100 
4-5 100 

3 100 

4 100 
7-10 102 



109 



116 

118 



3 3 
Fell. 
6 3 



By Right Royal — Pretty Dolly (J. E. Dwyer). 

15 5 3 R Carter G C:ipt. Burns. Colquitt, Florin 
3‘i 4“ R Carter 4 Pan Zareta. Cosgrove, Colquitt 

ink 24 P Ford 5 C. Marehmont, Truly, PayStrenk 

1’4 1* E Taplin 7 Barsac. Zim. Gordon Russell 

l 3 1® E Taplin 8 Col. Marehmont, Mimorioso, Zim 

3 2 2"k a Neylon 7 G.Marehm’t, C’grove, M.B. Hub’s 

3*1 5 4 3 C Kirsch’m ♦> New Haven, Gip.Love. S»*:i 4 ’li IT 

Vi Vi C Kirseh’m S ParlorBoy, M.B. Eubanks, Seneca 

7 7* 4 C Kirseh’m 8 Mimorioso. Useeit. Zim 

l 1 l 2 Neylon 7 Cosgrove. NewHaven ButterBall 
1* I s Kirsch’m 9 Orimar Lad. Gimli, Salesla 

By Rockton — Ravenna (J. E. Dorsey). 

3 2 4 l 2 C VanDu’n G Colquitt. Royal Dolly. Florin 
2 2 15 C VanDu’n G Emerald Gem. Orb, Bird Man 

5 5 7 W W T’lor 5 Col. Marehmont. R. Dolly. Truly 
2 2 4 It® \V W T’lor 8 Zim. Scarlet Oaks. Pay Streak 

6 6*4 W AY T’lor G It. Hensley. Manganese. S. Oaks 
1’4 l 3 A Claver G Sosius, GlpsyLove. Scarlet Oaks 
14” 2* W \Y T’lor 8 Milton Roblee, Sosius, Superl 
3-J 3*2 P Ford 4 Milton Roblee, GlpsyLove, Bing 
1* 3’4 A Claver 7 Gipsy Love, Bob Hensley. Alvis 
2*> 2*4 R Carter 4 It. Hensley, Bird Man. Auytiiua 
24 4*f J Metcalf G Bing, Milton Roblee, Superl 

3 s 3 3 F’ brother 7 Salon. Executor, Supreme 

W Ward 8 John P. Nixon, Salon, BkreMl 
3 1 3 8 4 F Adams 8 Valkyrie, Mater, Ray o’l.ight 
2 1 lb Butwell 7 L. Leighton, Muskmelou. B. Crest 



13148 Juarez 
12334 Juarez 
13224 Juarez 
13148 Juarez 
13112 Juarez 
13070 Juarez 
13034 Juarez 
12721 Juarez 
12674 Juarez 
12601 Juarez 
10692 Min.Sp’gs 
10632 Min.Sp’gs 
10394 Fort Erie 
10294 Fort Erie 
10209 Fort Erie 
9759 Windsor 
8753 Blue Bon. 
8641 Toronto 



fast 

fast 

fast 

fast 



4 1:12 fast 
7-8 1 :25%fast 
3-4 1:12 fast 

3-4 1:13 
3-4 1:12 

3-4 1:11 
3-4 1:12 

54 f 1 :0f.%fast 
3-4 l:12%fast 
54 f l:07%fast 
7-8 1 :28 fast 
3-4 1:15 fast 
3-4 1 :14 good 4 
3-4 l:16%fast 6 
3-4 1 :13%fast 
3-4 1 :18%hvy 
3-4 1:15 fust 
3-4 1:14 runt 



104 

102 

101 

103 

107 

100 

107 

105 

108 



13-6 112 
3 108 

7-5 110 
7-10 117 
108 
108 
18-5 108 
20 113 

44 112 

6ft 108 



By Peep o’Day — Medica (W. C. Clancy). 

4 2 s A Claver 4 PanZareta, Colquitt. Royal Dolly 

2 5 A Claver 8 Ask Ma, SeaCliff. Gordon Russell 

14 l‘J A Claver « Connaught. E. Adams. G.M’chm’t 

]nk 2a A Claver 8 Wheeler, G. of Ophir, Colquitt 

22 3*4 A Claver 7 G.M’mont. J.D.W’fleld, H. Street 

2» k 3 1 A Claver 7 G. Marchm’t. R. Dolly, M.B.Eub’s 

2* 2 1 R Carter 7 P. Streak, G. Marcbin’t, Suf’gist 

24 2ft R Estep 8 Dominica, Seneca. Bob Lynch 

2 4 2* Estep 7 R. Dolly, NewHaven. ButterBall 

1 7 4 1'4 Estep 8 RussellMcGiU. Dominica. Ilerpos 

1*4 2b Buxton G Satyr. John Robert. Visible 

14 2" J Hanover 5 G. Ramble, JohuRobert. Pretend 

24 3* P Moody 9 Springmass. Moisaut. F. I^»vy 

34 3*J P Moody 8 J.Steiu. T. Night mare. F. Levy 

2* 3' J Buxton 9 Counterpart. C. Queen. R. Lloyd 

5 1 64 Gross 9 Yorkvllle. York Lad. Glint 

34 8* Small 11 Iionl Wells. Fred Levy. Ardwlon 

lft 14 Small 13 Ardeloo. Gold Cap. Righteaay 











6 


DAILY RACING FORM. 




FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1914. | 



VESTED RIGHTS, b. 

1347s Juarez 7-8 1 

13137* Juarez 7-8 1 

13077* Juarez &\ f 1 

13033 Juarez 7-8 1 

IS 97 Ju&ri z l l 

1296? Juarez 1 116 1 

1U889 Juarez 1 1 

12799 Juarez 1 1 

12757 Juarez 54 t 1 

12707 Juarez 7-8 1 

12693 Juarez 7-8 1 

12681 Juarez 3 4 1 

12637 Juarez 3-4 1 

12587* Juarez 6£ f 1 

12313 J^iurel 3-4 1 

12294 Laurel 3-4 1 



. ff, 4 

:24 last 3 
:23%fast 3 
:05%fast 6 
:25 fast 3 
:37%fast 3 
:45 fast 6 
:37%fast 10 
:494fchvy 4 
:04%fast 8 
:24%fast 1 
:24 fast TO 
:13 fast 5 
:ll%fast 20 
:0€ fast 100 
; 15%good 8 
:16 hvy 30 



107 3 1 1 

108 2 3 
110 1 1 2 
112 4 1 1 
112 7 1 1 
107* 2 1 1 
108 2 1 1 
102 1 4 
109 3 4 3 

106 3 1 2 

107 5 2 



By Abe Frank — Our Bessie (D. Ford). 

5 2 i K Taplin 6 Dorothy Dean. PanZareta. Barsac 
3 2 h 3 J L Gentry 4 Pay Streak. Cantem. 1. Gentleman 
4 nL 4-1 J Groth 7 F. Roberts, S. Oaks. G. Russell 
4-A 4 2 E Taplin 7* Brookfield. Zim. Col. Marchni'nt 
6 7 3 1 E Taplin 7 Brookfield. C. Marclunont, Truly 

ink 324 E Taplin J) J. Reardon. BertGetty, N.McDee 
1'4 U E Taplin 12 C. Puss. Jolm Reardon. Dor.Dean 
3’ 4; E Taplin 4 Just Red. Voladay Jr.. B.Cbance 
4 4- a E Taplin 4 Pan Zareta, Useeit, Orb 

2=i 2= E Taplin 4 Foundation. Jim. Gill. J. of Asia 
2 1 1*5 Taplin 7 Dorothy Dean, Jnst Red. Injury 
2 h 4‘1 Estep 6 g. of Ophir. Injury. Sir Fretful 

:i ‘J IK ^ \an Du n S P.Zareta. Il.Walbank. S. Fretful 
4* F. Roberts. Zim. IrishGentleman 

* h 714 Frach l;{ Cecil, Righteasy, Afterglow 
21 2« Buxton 10 F. Duster. Y. Lad, Chemulpo 



FIFTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (12996 — 1:00% 



LOFTY HEYWOOD, 

13202 Juarez 3-4 
19688 .1 uan z 2- 1 
12989 Juarez 3-4 
12746 Juarez o’ f 

12719 Juarez 3-4 
12659 Juarez 51 f 

12616 Juarez 5 4 f 

12690 Juarez 5-8 
12215 Victoria 3-4 
12149 Victoria 3-4 
10960 Vancouver 3-4 
1**937 Vancouver 51 f 
87*5 1 C. d ’ A 1 e n e 5-8 
8409 C. d’Alene 5-8 
8361 C. d’Alene 6-8 

DURIN, ch. c. 3 



b. g. 7 

l:12%fast 5 
l:12%fast S 
1:12 fast 10 
1 :06%fast 20 
1 :12%fast 15 
l:07%fast 8-5 
l:0G%fast 5 
1 :**0%fast 20 
1 :20%mud 14 
1JS mud 11 
1:14 fast 32 
1 :06%fast 47 
l:01^5good 6 
1 :02%fast 31 
1 :02%mud 8 



By Heywood— Febette (J. H. Walker). 

4 2-A 3 1 L Gentry 7 L. Jane. Herpes. High Street 

3 2 3 If R Carter 11 Butter Ball. Chilla. Hazel C. 

2 l 2 i 1* F Stevens 9 Kali-lnla, Ferrona, DadStearnes 

4 4-‘i 4’i J O'Brien 8 Miss Sly. Janus. King Radford 

6 6 2 7"\ B Marco 10 R.ofJ’dah, Palatable. A. Interest 

2 2 nk 31 Gross 10 Moller, Binocular, Quick Trip 

4 4^ 3 J 2 B Marco 11 Cloak. Tom Cliapmau, Swiftsure 

8 8 1 6 3 J Or mes 14 Velie Forty. Par. Girl, Gemmell 

6* Riddle S C.W.Kenuou, Marsaud. Masalo 

6 5 2 5**JO’Brkn 7 Sadie Shapiro, First Star, Gerds 

l 2 6* 3 A Martin 7 1. Queen, Mandadero, J. Patterson 

10 lo 10** McBride 10 S. O’Day. M. Jimmie. Hazel C. 

5 4 Sielaff 10 Wastella, O.Settler. L.Har’sonll. 

1 l’l 11 Sielaff lo Burainerlll., Pr.Soon, BlaekMate 

5 3 2 2«k Sielaff 12 M. Molett. Lil. Ray. Dor. Prince 



ETHELDA. ch. m. 8 

13277 Juarez 3-4 1:13 fast 

13232 Juarez 1 1:39% fast 

13199 Juarez 1 1:39 fast 

13164 Juarez 3-4 1:14 fast 

13108 Juarez 3-4 1:12 fast 

13057 Juarez 51 f l:07%fast 

12746 Juarez 51 f l:05%fast 

12690 Juarez 7,-8 5S%fast 
12686 Juarez 3-4 l:12%fast 
12050 Juarez 3-4 1:12 fast 
12601 Juarez 5* f l:07%fast 

BUSS, ch. m, 5 

13067 Juarez 55 f 1 :05%fast 

12992 Juarez 3-4 l:l_’%fast 

12855 Juarez 7-8 l:a» slow 

12812 Juarez 64 f l:l3%hvy 

12777 Juarez 7-S l:30%mud 
12725 Juarez 55 f l:05%fast 

12689 Juarez 1 1 :3S%fast 

1267*0 Juarez 3-4 1:12 fast 
12618 Juarez 3-4 l:12%fast 
11672 DeerLodge 3-4 1:16 fast 
11419 DeerLodge 54 f 1 :09%fast 
10992 DeerL’dge 54 f l:09%fast 
10348 Anaconda 3-4 l:17%slow 
REAL WORTH, b. g, 3 
13447 Juarez 3-4 l:12%fast 
13:598 Juart-z 3-4 l:13%fast 
13320 Juarez 3-4 l:14%fast 
13265 Juarez 5-8 l:01%fast 
13144 Juarez 3-4 1:14 fast 
13086 Juarez 6-8 59%fast 
12092 Helena 41 f 55%fast 

12068 Helena £-8 1:05 slow 

11371 Great Falls 4* f 55%fast 
11245 GreatFalls 5-8 1 :03%fast 
11034 GreatFalls 5-S 1:03 fast 
10650 Anaconda 44 f 55%fast 
DAHLGREN, ch. g, 7 



104 

113 9 7 

110 1 1 1 
110 5 1 1 
108 4 3 



108 4 3 2 
104 3 3 

108 6 4 3 
108 5 5 



33491 Juarez 


3-4 


1 :12%fast 


2 


lo:; 


6 


13311 Juarez 


7-8 


l:25%fast 


•’ 


193 


2 


13299 Juarez 


7-8 


1 : 25% fast 


34 


1*)0 


2 


13229 Juarez 


7-S 


l:26%fast 


34 


10S 


7 


13178 Juarez 


7-8 


l:25%fast 


8 


1**3 


5 


13121 Juarez 


3-4 


l:12%fast 


15 


10S 


4 


13076 Juarez 


7-8 


1 :27» fast 


20 


99 


6 


13045 Juarez 


64 f 


1:06 fast 


6 


M i 


6 


12966 Juarez 


51 f 1 :07%fast 


5 


105 


J* 


12944 Juarez 


61 f 


1 :06%fast 


12 


103 


5 


12874 Juarez 


3 4 


1 :14%fast 


12 


303 


5 


V.8J2 Juarez 


54 f 


1 : 1 1 %h vy 


8 


1**6 


6 


12772 Juarez 


3-4 


l:17%inud 


6 


100 


7 


12722 Juarez 


64 f 


1:07 fast 


7 


113 


7 


1”63K Juarez 


5-8 


59% fast 


3 


115 


10 


12619 Juarez 


54 f l:97%fast 


6 


10R 


2 


HAZEL C., b. 

1516:, Juan z 


m. 5 

5 1 


1 :l2%fast 


4 


103 

104 


1 


13137 Juarez 


3 4 


1 :13%tast 


44 


1**7 


2 


13599 Juarez 


1 


1 :59%fast 


8 


105 


6 


13371 Juarez 


3-4 


1:13 fast 


15 


1**3 


5 


13211 Juarez 


1 


1 :10%fast 


7 


105 


4 


15178 Juarez 


7-8 


1 : 27,% fast 


10 


108 


2 


131 I Juarez 


64 f 


1 :<*6 fast 


10 


103 


5 


15988 Juarez 


3-4 


1 :12%fast 


12 


119 


4 


15oi6 Juarez 


5 A f 


1 :06%fast 


8 


110 


2 


12992 Juarez 


3 4 


l:12%fast 


15 


no 


5 


32951 Juarez 


54 f 


1 :06 fast 


8 


MW 


7 



128**4 Juarez 
12761 Juarez 
12721 Juarez 
12690 Juarez 
1267*0 Juarez 
12168 Victoria 

CLOAK, b. m. 

134**.* Juarez 
13423 Juarez 
13333 Juarez 
13214 Juarez 
13151 Juarez 
13136 Juarez 
13016 Juarez 
13010 .7 uarez 
12710 Juarez 
12616 Juarez 
127.90 Juarez 
12374 Dallas 
11937 H’ crest 
11867 1 1’ crest 



3 4 1 :13%good 4 
7-Sl:23%fast 7 
3-4 1:13 fast 5 
5-S 58%fast 15 
3 4 1:12 fast 23 
3-4 1 :20 mud 6» 



3 4 l:l2 4 5 fast 15 

3-4 1:13 fast 8 
3 4 1:13% fa st 6 
3 t l:14%fast 25 
5.4 f 1 :06%fast 3J 
3-4 1:12 fast 4 



5£ f 1:05 fast 
65 f 1 9)6% fast 
7* -8 1:00% fast 
5-8 1:05 slow 
Aba-8 1:90 fa «f 
Ab7*-S l:00%fasi 



By Solitaire II. — Handsome Florry (J. Lowe), 

4"’ 2 1 1* Fold s An. Interest. OrimaiLad, A. Reed 

3 2 - ’ 1:.' E Taplin S ButterBall. Great Friar. J. Woods 

3 3 2 £ 2 l W W T’lor 7* Ask Ma. Transparent. T. Hare 

9 5 2 1 l Ilk A Claver Id Christmas Eve, George. Transact 

6 4-5 1% J Kcderis 7 Cliiila. Rooster. Old Goteh 

3 5 3 3 2 4 J Howard Id Tlios. Hare. Dalston, Christ. Eve 

6 7* 7 1 -JT McDon’d S Fool o' Fortune. Acumen. Ceos 

8 8 7 !, 1 J Metcalf n F«*ol o'Fortune, Claribel. Ed Luce 

s 7-h 3 : ’£ F Stevens 13 Harwood. Old Goteh. Auntie Curl 

2 3 h 2 2 J McDon’d X F. o’ Fortune, OldGotch. D.Dave 

3 7£ 9' 3 F Stevens 11 Birka. Gen. Warren. Old Goteh 

9 7*1 J McDon’d 9 Ceos. Gen. Warren. Kiltie 

6 6” 5”.’F Stevens 8 Frazzle. Robert. Garden of Allah 

7 5% 3% J Loftus !> Barb. Lane OldGotch. La Estrella 

19 9« 8 1,; J McDon’dld Scar.Oaks, AuntElsie. B.Hensley 

1 1* 1 2 J J McDon’d 8 Baltiin’re. Malay. Fool o’Fortune 

By Kismet — Jean Green (S. Polk). 

2' : 2 l II Feeney «*. A11. Interest. Anm-Mi-Gee. Cloak 

I s l h A Claver 14 Lady Pender. Fafner. (’.Trance 

U 2*> R Feeney 12 EvaTanguay. Vn-Va. Ya-llv Yip 

4 4-2 3*1 P Ford 8 Moralight. An. Interest. Masalo 

6 t>4 5'4 F Benton 9 SS. Berta. R. Oneil. Pliilllstiua 

I 6 6 ! 'i E Haynes 7 Burin. (’Iiilla. Rooster 

11 8h 9 11 C Gross 11 Miss Sly. G.’s Favorite, T. Belle 

4 4 2 4 rt (7 Gross J1 Lof. I ley wood. ButterBall, Chilla 

6 o 2 i 5 s H W oods 7 Gcnuncll, Doc Allen, Oriinar Lad 

6 2 h 2- H Woods S Goldtiim. Jessup Burn, Buss 

4 7 4 65 F Stevens S High Street. Jes. Burn. Gemmell 

1 I s l 2 F Stevens Id Hyki. WinifredD.. Calethumpian 

1 2 1 4 :, J A Claver 11 Acumen, M. Emily, TomChapman. 

3 2% 2*' A Claver 8 Rockdale. T. Belle, II. Hawkins 

6 6’ 4 K 5 Claver 7 S.Alvescot, R. of Jeddah. Herpes 

6 6i Claver 8 OrhaSmile, Buss, M. 1;. Eudnnks 

1 1% In Claver 8 Fire. Merourimn. Locust Bud 

Ey Disguise— St. Cypria (J. H. Moody). 

•’* « ,J * *2 J Dreyer A. Infen*st. HazelC.. Ann, ‘McGee 

3 3% 4 ' J Dreyer S Ed. Adams. AnneMeGee. Ori.Lad 

1 1* H J Dreyer l.*i Clinton. Tight 15<*v. Quick Trip 

5 5* 5-2 J Dreyer 14 J. of Asia. Th. P.< do. Eve White 

6 5* 3* J Dreyer 1.3 L. Ponder, hmib's Tail, Leford 

6 6** 6* J Drejor 12 Comnn ndat ion, Chilla. J. <>f Asia 

5 6'° 6* .1 Dreyer 7 Gemmell, Doc Allen. Orimar Lad 

9 r,uk J Dreyer Id 11. Street. Sliar. Knight. Or. Smile 

ID lo 9 ' 4 i J Dreyer Id M. It. Eubanks, S. Alvescot, O.Lad 

1* 1*1 Dreyer 11 T.tMiapinan. L.Heyw’d. Sw’tsnre 

11 10t Dreyer 14 Velie Forty. Par. Girl. Gemmell 

14 15* 16 !w Dreyer 1«» Dominica. Quid Nunc. Orim Lad 

5 B i Caldwell 8 Ynca. Janus. Double Five* 

l l V Adams 7 La Aurora. I). Five. Yankeelotus 



13! 17 Juarez 
13320 Juarez 
13228 Juarez 
13199 Juarez 
13134 Juarez 
■3 ua res 
12898 Juarez 
12S62 Juarez 



3-1 1 :12%fast 
3-4 l:14%fast 
1 1:41 fast 
1 1:39 fast 
3-4 1:12% fast 
3-4 l:12%fast 
3-4 1:14 fast * 
3-4 l:16%good ! 



SILVER TONE. b. f. 3 



13437 Juarez 
13369 Juarez 
13307 Juarez 
13229 Juarez 
13164 Juarez 
13133 Juarez 
13084 Juarez 
13**44 Juarez 
129SS Juarez 
12944 Juarez 
12048 Churchill 
11744 Douglas 
KITTY W., ch. 



3 4 l:13%fast 
3-4 1:15 fast 
3-4 1:13 fast 
7-8 l:26%fast 
3-4 1:14 fast 
3 4 l:13%fast 
5^ f 1 :97 fast 
• r 'i f 1 : 06%. last 
51 f 1:07 fast 
55 f 1 :06%fast 
51 f 1 :06 fast 
3-4 1 :14%slow 
f, 4 



105 2 4 

100 8 7 

102 10 10 

101 8 2 

9S 11 6 

106 

107 Fell. 

> 109 

> 113 
103 
112 
106 

113 6 5 

114 13 . 1U 

114 8 2 2 

112 8 8 6 

110 1 2 

113 9 6 

115 9 5 

116 6 2 

100 

102 14 12 

110 8 3 

9" 5 5 

103 1 4 5 

100 6 4 

105 8 9 



By Ethel bert — High Society (Grater & Taylor). 

4.! 4,.* W T’lorl4 Chanticlor. C’ethuinpian, G. Friar 
«nk Jt'jW W T’lor 10 Mar.Tilghmau. Anion, Phillistina 
22 2* J McCabe 14 Weyaimk,*, S.Kn’ht. M.Tilgbmau 

3- 24 W W T’lor 8 No Quarter. Silver Tone. Fire 

5% 5-3 W W T’lorlJ Colquitt, Rooster. Weyanoke 
2£ 4-j( \V r T’lorll Parnell Girl, Ferrona, Chilla 

5- J 6* J McDon’d 8 Miss Sly. Janus, King Radford 

5; 7 S.Alvescot, R. of Jeddah. Herpes 

3 a W W T Iorl'2 The Monk, Eye White, A. interest 

3h 5-i W W T’lor 8 OrhaSmile. Buss. M. B. Eubanks 
6% 7 6 I W W T’lor 8 Cosgrove, Rus. McGill Dominica 

By Broomstick — Shrine (H. Mack). 

6- 1 6] 1 C Gross 8 Little Jane, Herpes, R,*seuiary 

5* 4 J £ C Gross 8 Goldfinn, Hazel C.. Jessup Burn 

5 2 7 8 i C Gross 8 Swede Sam, O. Queen. The Monk 

]nk 11 c Gross 7 R.ofJeddah. P.Industry, V. Forty 

33 3* C Gross 8 BobLynch. KingRadford. H.Lad 

4‘ 5* C Gross 9 OrmondeCunningbam. Cool. Nila 

3% 4*1 Gross 7 B.ofB.Mawr. M. Emily, C’nticlor 

3? Si ross 8 °-Smile. M.B. Eubanks, M. Emily 

4 J 3 4 Gross 9 OrhaSmile. P.Industry. Chan’cior 

2 4 Copeland 4 Pajaroita. S. Hill. Duncraggan 
i 5-j«h«ll 5 ThistleBelle. Pajaroita, A. McGee 

3” Milehan 5 ThistleBelle, N. Haven. Sw. Hill 
l 2 M M* thews (* Inquieta, DaddyGip, lir.Doug’ty 
By Kenilworth— St. Phillipina (C. Dietz). 

«*'i 1-i J Metcalf 17* Lemon Joe, P. Winter. Dahlgreu 

4 l 4 l ° J Dreyer C. Droll. Francis, Aunt Elsie 

21 J j Dreyer 14 Kindness. Sheffield. Miss Edith 
* \V TTorl4 Anar, L<*mon Joe, Right Little 
6- 1 C \ anDu’n V» J.B.Maylow. Venetian, Angie I). 
10 12’**W W T’lorl.3 O.Lad, G.’sFavorite. Bright stone 
78 L Morse 8 A.Kenneday. RoundFp. ArtRick 

on £? no . vau * r » BerthaV., Har.Scarum. Mar. Mac 

o 3 J \Vf*CKls 5 H. Scaruin. Hyndla. Marta Mac 
Ornies .*» Say. Hyndla. Hamm Scaruin 

1- Ornies r* Har.Scarum. MartaMac. Alwllda 

o*i A Murray 9 M. Tempo. H. Scarum, BerthaV'. 
By Oddfellow — Rubus (A. L. Denny). 

3* R Mentry 15 Lemon Joe, P. Winter, R. Worth 
19 9 Mentry 14 Kindness. Real Worth. Sheffield 

^ ‘ S’ ?l cn,ry r - John Louis. Shawnee. Frieze 

?„ 1 |!®5R Mentry 14 Weyanoke. Ethelda. Sh. Knight 

’iL Groth 12 Pontefract. TightBov. Johnllurie 

5-S o 3 J R Mentry 15 Star Berta. Va-Va, I'rettv Dale 

17 R Mentry 14 Fire. F. Woolen, Nino Muchacho 

4* .** R Mentry 11 Retente. I'retty Dale, Lookout 
By Marathon — Zinfandel (L. W. Hicka). 

14 Hazel C., I.adv Pender, Fafner 
3** 9>« P Hill 11 Christ masE Vo/ LaEstmlla, Hyki 

5 ’. '■* N?*! 1 9 Masalo, Goldfinn. Tight Bov 

6*i 6* I* Hill 10 Durin. Christmas Eve. George 

4- i og A (daver 8 No Quarter. Ethelda. Fire 

4 1 1*« A Claver 14 Bertha V.. Felina. Va-Va 

Jr? K H?!! I f r t a Karelia. Bertha V.. Felina 

4 2 I Hill 11 George. Dusky Dave, Auntie Curl 

Ink 3=5 p Hill H Claribel. Transact, Ya liy-Yip 

8 S'-SP Hill 8 Fool o* Fortune. Durin mil 



Juarez 


3 4 


1:14 fast 


10 


105 12 


9 9 


Juarez 


54 f 


1 :0S fast 


60 


1**2 15 


14 9 


Juarez 


3-4 


1 : 11% fast 


30 


1**7 4 


3 6 


liutte 


5-8 


1 :02 fast 


15 


300 




Butte 


64 f l:0S%fast 


IS 


102 




Butte 


5-8 1:02 fast 


8 


103 




Butte 


3-4 


1 :15%fast 


20 


94 




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5-S 


1 :02%slow 


15 


100 





8135 C. d’Alene 5-8 l:03%slop 

EDDIE FOY, b. g. 3 



15 


JoS 


5 


5 


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8 


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13569 Juarez 


3-4 


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50 


102 1" 


15332 Juarez 


54 f 


1 :06%fast 


15 


102 7 9 


13242 Juarez 


7-8 


1 :24%fast 


100 


96 3 1 1 


11077 Tulsa 


44 f 


58 fast 


1 


105 


1 1066 Tulsa 


A 1*5-8 


1 :02%fast 


1 


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Juarez 


e . 5 

3 4 1 


20 4 r.hvy 


20 


110 

lb* 


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s R2U W 


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7-8 1 


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8 


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6 


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15371 Juarez 


3-4 1 


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44 


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13307 Juarez 


3-4 1 


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G 


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5* 1 * W 


131 16 J uarez 


3-4 1 


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12 


115 


1 


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13**66 Juarez 


3-4 1 


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15 


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J 2928 Juarez 


7-8 1 


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8 


108 


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3-4 1 


20%hvy 


5 


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8 


6 


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12810 Juarez 


3-4 1 


21%hvy 


3 


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7 


6 


6 


6 6 23 W 


1276S Juarez 


3-4 1 


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12 


108 


8 


4 


3 


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12648 Juarez 


3 4 1 


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11-5 


108 


6 


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12611 Juarez 


54 f 1 


<*7 fast 


10 


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10650 Anaconrla 4i f 55%fast ] 
10582 Anaconda 12 49%fast 5 
10455 Anaconda 4i f 57»%fast ; 
SANTANECA, ch. f, 3 

12161 Juarez 7.J l 1 :<*6%fa»t 

13256 Juarez 5S f 1 :o7 fast ♦ 

12*343 Juarez 5S 1 1 :07%fast 1 

13200 Juarez 5S f 1:07 fast 1 

I -35 1 Dallas 4S f 1:04 hvy - 

I I C)k. City 1 2m70y 57 hvy * 

11607 Tulsa 41 f 58%good : 

11354 Tulsa 4S f 5S%mud ‘ 

11323 Tulsa 4'. f 59 good 1 

11239 Tulsa 4* f l:01%hvy * 



14 Hazel C., I.adv Pender, Fafner 
3h 910 p HiU 11 Christ masEve.- LaEstrelia. Hyki 
Jif 5’. 4 ^ 9 Masalo, Goldfinn. Tight Bov 

6*i 6* I» Hill 10 Durin, Christmas Eve. George 
4-i ..*{ A Claver N No Quarter. Ethelda. Fire 
4- 1»* A Claver 1 t Bertha V., Felina. Va-Va 
J!} J;' 4 J! SJ!J M La Estrella. Bertha V.. F.-liua 
4 2 3*J I Hill 11 George. Dusky Dave. Auntie Curl 
Ink 3 -h P Hill S Claribel. Transact. Ya Ily-Yip 
o,o S r* ‘S Fooi o’ Fortune. Durin. Old Goteh 

-i W , I J* 1,,,ps 10 “euse. B.Wil’ms. Theodor. la 
8‘ 4“ (.ould 12 Anytime, Cha rmeuse, W’ermelon 
By Gen. Roberts— Janice Marian (Canda & Yeoman ). 
15 I — - 4 E Haynes 15 J.B.Maylow. Venetian. Angie l> 
9* 7 ,J J Metcalf 15 Pret. Dale. Stevesta. L. P. nd« r 
y Woods !) I *it. Jane. Rut. Ball. Winifred I* 

4*1 Sharpe 9 King Radford. Y. Pansy. Go, mil 
3*i M M thews HI A. Slupskey, Q.Ruth. Tony Faust 
*1* M M’ thews 1 1 Frog Eye. Ed B.. Mary O’Dav 
*,a C Kelly 10 Montauk Don, Ferrona. Susan F. 
021 «M, rpe 12 Beverstein, A. Slupskey. L.Shark 
t 2 J l nk Hill S Q n Ruth. Dorian Prince. Sneezer 

By Prosperc— Belle of Worth (S. A. Beckham). 

11 11’ • J Collins 11 ChristinasEve. LaEstndla. Ilvki 
r r lL ?;H ‘’ 0 , lllns 1:5 Claribel, I. Lavinia. J.B.Mavimv 

6 6-%J Collins (J G.M’hmont. B.ofB.Mawr, S.(’!irr 

f'; « r * JimThorpe, Santaneca. Waxemall 

2.*‘ ® Smith <; Pros. Lad. Alabama Bam, Bold-. 

p M - Tempo. II. Scarum, BerthaV. 
0 . AA *^xl« 9 Frances,;. , RealWorth, Alwilda 

S 1 - L Smith 9 RoundFp. BobHensley, Mar.M.ic 

By Tim Pa>mc — Ardicnte (T. Hatfield). 

•; 7n '•• , Collins 11 Minco Jimmie. Muy Buena. Nila 
7 1 4 R Marco X Birka, Big Lumax. Superl 
lo lo 18 J Dreyer 14 Droll. Rubicon II.. Francis 

12 12 25 R Feeney 12 Birka. Barbara Lane. Dick Dodie 

1- 3* Feeney 7 Mystic Boy, Ala. Bam. Carom 

Feoney 8 Dix.Mina, JoeBlair, AlabaniaBam 

2 2 Feeney 5 Alab. Bam. Golden Wax. Bob F. 

P Feeney « JimThorpe, Ala. Bam. Pros. Lad 

L Feeney 5 Pros. Son. Waxemall. J. Jesse 

F'eeney 5 Jim Thorpe, Prosp. Lad, Bob F. 



62 7' 4 R Marco 

lo 10 ' h j Dreyer 
12 12 23 R Feeney 
1* 3* Feeney 
6® Feeney 
2* F’eeuey 
4 3 F’eeney 
1 3 F’eeney 
2 2 F’eeney 



71 5 S 2 W Gargan 1 2 Connaught, inlan. Weyanoke 
7.V 9“'JW Garganl-3 P.Industry C’lthumpian. Lahold 
52 6 3 i W Gargan 8 Evelina. Mary Fhnily. Lahold 
6 6-2 av Gargan 7 IienStone, C.Trance. W'iseMason 

3* 2 ’ W GarganJO Sir Alvescot, Zulu, Dynamo 



12169 Victoria 
12121 Victoria 
11973 Victoria 
11967 Victoria 
11903 Victoria 



3-4 1 :1V. 4 - mud 
Ci f 1:27 mud 
3 4 l:lS%slnp 
3 1 1 : 16 V.-, fast 
• 

2-4 l:16%.fast 



12 112 
4 J 109 5 
10 114 

16 108 7 

20 112 7 

3 M8 



MINNIE BRIGHT, ch. m. 8 

j:T.oo Juarez 5 I l:2o* r ,h\y 6** 
13437 Juarez 3-4 l:13%fast 3*»0 
135N7 Juarez 5-S 1 :0o fast 100 

12192 Victoria Al>5-8 1:02 mud 6-5 
12107. Victoria Ah", 8 1 :03%mud 3 
; i: S Victoria 1:19 mod 19 

9118 Connaught 3-4 1:15%fast 30 
9082 Conn gli: 5A f I:0S%fast 40 

8988 Connaught 2-4 1 :16%fast 30 

FRAZZLE, blk. in. 5 

13383 Juarez 3-4 1:13 fast 40 

151*13 Juarez 1 1 :39%fast 20 

I31*d Juarez 1 2:37%fast 20 

15071 Juarez 1 1-16 1 :45%fast 15 
12978 Juarez 1 1 :39%fast 10 

12823 Juarez 5 8 1 :u7 hvv 5 

12798 Juarez 55 f 1:13 hvy 8 

12772 Juarez 3 4 1 :17 2 s mud 3 

12728 Juarez 3-4 l:12%fast 3 

127<h; Juarez 5/. f l:06%fast 3 

12683 Juarez 3 4 1:13%fast 7 

12«B Juarez 7.J f 1 :07%fast 15 

12611 Juarez 55 f 1:07 fast 10 

12376 Dallas 3 4 1:182 good — 

1:53 Dallas 5 s 1:12 hvy — 

12282 Dallas 7-S 1:34 slow — 

7239 Juarez 65 f 1:072 good 15 

(.839 Juarez 3-4 1:112 fast S 

6721 Juarez 3-1 1:14 fast 8 



14 14** C Whit • 
10 19’* C W'hite 
3* 3-5 O’Brien 
5% 3 2 .’ (’ Jones 
6‘ 6”5C Jones 
5 2 6 r 5 Dreyer 
93 712 Dreyer 
4’ 9 7 5 Nathan 



FRAZZLE, blk. in. 5 

15383 Jua re/ 3 4 1 

152*13 Juarez 1 1 

]31<H Juarez 1 l 

15071 Juarez 1 1 -16 1 

12978 Juarez 1 1 

12823 Juarez 5 8 1 

12798 Juarez 55 f 1 

12772 Juarez 3-4 1 

12728 Juarez 3-4 1 

127**6 Juarez 5£ f 1 

12683 Juarez 3-4 1 

12635 Juarez 7*5 f 1 

1-611 Juarez 5?. f 1 

12376 Dallas 3 4 1 

12533 Dallas f. S 1 

12282 Dallas 7 8 1 

7239 Juarez 6£ f 

6839 Juarez 3 4 

6721 Juarez 3-1 

KEMHOME. b. g. 6 

First start. 



0 . 2 , v Gargan 1.. M.B.Fnh’ks, G. Friar N. Quarter 

W” Gargan S C.W.Kennon. Marsaud. Lill’nRay 
4“ 4 p 5 Gargan ,» Forge. Frieze. Jas. Blacks took 
715 w Gargan 7 Oblivion. Cisko, B.oflro*|tiols 
o* Gargan 7 Sallie O’Day. Lil. Ray. Safranor 
41 4-i Gargan S Neb. Lass. Oblivion. Chil. Trance 
4 3 S W Gargan 7 Wiltrude S.. O. Smile. J.B'stock 

By Balgowan — Malaise (J. W. Flynn). 

’• !*-• *’ White 9 Quid Nunc. Tyree. Pontefract 

It 14 3 '* C White 14 Hazel Lady Pender, F’afner 
10 10* 3 C White 31* IdaLavinia. This. Bell.*, Pa 1 Girl 

3 3*1 o Brien . Ben Grecnleaf. M. Pride, 1). Diaz 

’J nn, s 9 L.of r.F’est. LaPetite. M.Lake 

V, Jones s Fan. Isle. Lamhertha. N. Muchacho 

£2 Drt.vcr 8 M. Marion. Shawnee, Mario T. 
93 712 Dreyer 11 Marsand. T.Thompson, T.Sayers 
4’ 9‘.J Nathan 10 Jonquil, F. Godmother, Planter 

By Plaudit— Pleasant Girl (A. C. McCafferty). 

7 • >’■“ F Matts 7 Tiansp'in. c.-dophir. RuhicouH. 

2 6"* !•’ Matts ,x Bockdalc. C.W.Kennon. Mazurka 

< R Feeney s Dynamo. Oc.Que>*n. Sis. Florence 

4- I s ’ J McDon’d x Mary Emil v. Dviianm, Vn. McGee 

3\ 4 1 \ R Feeney 12 Stanley S.. S.Flor’ce. C.W K’non 

6 4 5«5 R Estep 7 Janus. Buck Thomas. Inquieta 

25 1 ! R Estej* rr.Knmia. T.Belle. R.ofJeddah 

l y, ,T a r. ,In . ,, 8 U4,,M * r ‘- G. of Allah. BraekBonta 
6- S’VJ McDon dl l Com ndation, Stanleys.. J. Woods 

4 4’ J McDon dl4 Zulu. Rockdale. Briglitstone 

:: 7 4 : 13 T.rhapman. N<»Quartcr. Q’ckTrip 

4J .i Alolesw’h 15 Doc Allen, Com,*, on. John Ilurie 
8*5 8 i Molesvv li 13 M.B.Fhib’ks. G. Friar N. Quarter 
*. : 4--I Matts 10 Arrowshaft, J. Walton, F. Wooden 
♦*f Smith 7 S. Ballinger, (’.Austin. F. Wooden 

0“ i,, 70 A. McGee, F. Pearl. F Wooden 

8 6‘ 1 Bur game x S. Alvescot. C. Goetz. F: Harwom] 
4 3 1” Bur’ game 9 E Ilarwood. M. Jean. Spr. Miss 
3=5 2*5 Molesw’h f> Ciiapultepee. Oe’nQueen, Colinet 

By Homestead — Kemnay (J. A. Schas'. 



I Harford Agriculture ( 

! and Breeders’ Association Stakes 



Md. J 



Stakes To Be Run For at the 

SPRING MEETING OF 1914 

To Be Bun During Month of April To Close Monday, March 2, 1914 



6 2 4 3 i Matts 
6 5 7> 8 E Smith 
8* 7’ 4 Matts 
8 6'* Bur' game 

4 3 1° Eur’game 
3 2 5 2*5 Molesxv’h 



HARFORD HANDICAP. FOR THREE'-YEAR- 
OLI>S AND FPVVARD. By subscription of $Id 
each. Starters t«* pay $25 additional, with 
$1,5 *ni added. Five and a Half Furlongs. 

PHILADELPHIA HANDICAP. FOR THREE 
YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. By subscription 
of $10 each. Starters to pay $25 additional, 
with $1.7*00 added. Six Furlongs. 

BELAIR HANDICAP. FOR TI1REF7-YF7AR 



OLDS AND UPWARD. By subscription 



SIXTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-yrar-olds and upward. Selling. 



f BUENA, b. < 

Juarez 5 
l Juarez 7*5 
* Juarez 

> Juarez 7 

> .1 uarez 5£ 
i Juarez 5 1 

Juarez 7,1 
! J uarez oi 

> Juarez 5 
' Juarez 5A 
! Juarez 7*2 

Juarez 55 
Vi' toria Ah5 
Victoria 4’ 

■ Victoria 5- 
! Vancouver 5 
! Vancouver l 
Vancouver 4! 

! Vancouver 5 
Vancouver 45 



v 1 :95%hvy 1*' 

f 1 : 96% last 5 
11:15 fast 20 
s 1 : 26% fast 29 
f 1 :97 fast 25 
1* 1 :07%fast 12 
f 1 :<>6%fast 7 

f 1 : 1 1 %h vy 1 
•8 1 :95%hvy 1 

f l:00%fast 12 
f 1 :<»7 fast 6 
f l:06%fast 10 
8 58%fast 85 
f 56%fast 1 
8 1 :02%fast 17-5 
8 l:01%goodll-10 
2 48%fast 1 1-6 
f 55 fast 2 
8 1 :03%hvy 9-10 ; 

f 54%fast 7-10 ’ 



M1NC0 JIMMIE, br. g. 5 113 

■ r uarez ( j.*;, 

1.164 Juarez 55 f 1 :*H5%fa.st 2 105 

13413 Juarez 4 1:12% fast 60 n - 

15547 Juarez &.* f 1 : 06% fast 4<> j is 

32036 Laurel 55 f l:07%fast 15 1*17 

117*99 Vancouver 5-8 1:01 good 6 109 

11143 Vancouver 55 f 1:12 hvy 12 112 

11319 Vancouver 5-8 1 :03%hvy 10-5 309 

11919 Vancouver 5-8 1:01 fast 5 312 

1'*964 Vancouver 55 f 1 :97%fast 7-5 112 
1<»!»37 Vancouver f 1 :06 4 £fast 14-5 loy 

19811 Vancouver 5-8 I:01%good27-1Q 112 
19788 Vancouver 5-8 l:00%fast 31-5 112 
10641 Vancouver 5-8 1 :90%fast 27-5 112 



By Russell— Lonely Lady (T. A. Davies). 

5 i W W T’lor 11* MaLavinin. 1’hist. Belle. Par. Girl 
2% R Cart* r 11 MincnJinimic. Nila. Gen. Warren 
■ ’5 7>~l L Gentry 14 ChristinasEve. LaEstrelia. Ilvki 
A- 4 * 1 L Gentry 1<* Durin, Christmas Eve. G»*«rge* 

^ B Cai'ter 12 Birka. Barbara Lane, Dick Dodic 

1 -• ^ RiddJe 13 Harwood, Old Goteh. Durin 

ol, 5i ( ]‘!! e ,s Fool o* Fortune. Durin. OldGotch 
6^ 8 a C Kiddle 9 Ceos. Gen. Warren, Kiltie 
V,* ll, A , 8 Art Rick, Old Goteli. Thos.Hare 

4- J z 5 C Riddle 15 'I'liefnlorita. Old Goteh. Bar. Lane 
5?„2 rtnes 7 Binl M **n. Round I p. Ceos 

1 i ; IE**"* Li . Little Bit. AdaKenneday 
7 3 Anderson .. BigL.imax. DuskyDave. Conjury 
J." 7n , Anderson «> Va-Va. Virginia S.. Conjury 
2 4 2% Anderson 4 DuskyDave, Hester. Cust. House 
4*5 Anderson (* Fr. Johnson. Lit. Bit. Cal. Jack 
\ IK < LaEstrelia. D. Dave. Cal. Jack 

45 o'} Washenr fi C.McDougall. B’house. InDutcb 
1* l 2 i Wasliear 0 Redpath. George. Hester 
4 s 4 2 1 Wasliear 7 Virg. S.. Cal. Jack. C.McDougall 

By Bonnie Joe— Mary Hill (J. Randolph). 

7 !. '."-iJ, Gentry x I’anhaehapi, liinata. Rostmoui v 
1-i 1 1 i Ij Gentry II Muy Buena. Nila. Gen. Warren 
7 7” L Gentry x Goldfinn, TiglitBoy. KingRadford 

12 12-’* L Gentry J5 Quid Nunc, Kenneth. Visible 



. br. g. 5 

7>l t ]:*>♦; fast S 
i>7 f l:‘H;--f;ist 2 
r, 4 1:12% fast 60 
5i f 1 :0G%fast 49 
5£ f 1:07% fast 15 
5-8 1 :01 good 6 



$10 each. Starters to pay $15 additional, 
with $1,000 adde<i. Six Furlongs. 

SUSQUEHANNA HANDICAP. FOR THREE- 
YEAR OLDS AND UPWARD. By subscription 
of $1o each. Starters t<» pay $15 additional, 
with $1. ****** added. One Mile and Seventy Yards. 

PENN SELLING STAKES. FOR THREE- YEAR 
OLDS AND UPWARD. By subscription of $10 
each. Starters to pay $15 additional. Guar- 
anteed cash value, $1,000. 

Five and a Half Furlongs. 

CHESTER SELLING STAKES. FOR THREE 
YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. By subscrip- 
tion of $10 each. Starters to pay $15 addition- 
al. Guaranteed cash value $1,000. Six Furlongs. 



THREE-YEAR NEWARK SELLING STAKES. FOR THREE 
scription of $10 ) EAR OLDS AND UPWARD. By subscription 

■ i<i i t i. 1 1 «;r °. 1 oa, ‘ h - Starters to pay $17* additional. 

« I, ’ '' lt “ Guaranteed cash value $1,000. 

Half Furlongs. One Mile and Seventy Yards. 

FOR THREE WILMINGTON STAKES. FOR THREE- YEAR- 
By subscription! OLDS. By subscription of $1*) each. Starters 
$25 additional, to pay $15 additional, with $1,000 added. 

Six Furlongs. Five and a Hah Furlongs. 

niRFTE-YEAR ABERDEEN STAKES. FOR TWO-YEAR OLDS 
subscription of. By subscription of $1«* each. Starters to pav 
$17, additional. $15 additional, with $1,000 added. 

Six Furlongs. Four and a Half Furlongs. 

FOR THREE LASSIE STAKES. FOR FILLIES TWO YEARS 
By subscription OLD. By subscription of $1<> each. Starters 

$15 additional. to pay $15 additional, with $1,000 added 

Seventy Yards. Four Furlongs. 

THREE- YEAR PERRYVILLE SELLING STAKES. FOR TWO 
scription of $10 Y EAR-OLDS. By subscription of $1*) each. 

Starters to pay $1* additional. Guaranteed 
Half Furlongs. cash value $1.04*0. Four and a Half Furlongs. 



FOR THREE GERMANTOWN SELLING STAKES. FOR TWO 

By subscrip-: YEAR-OLDS. By subscription of $lo each, 

y addition- ; Starters to pay $15 additional. Guaranteed 

. Six Furlongs. cash value $1,000. Four Furlongs. 



FOR ENTRY BLANKS ADDRESS 



9* 30* 4 IGentry 



lj 3% Gentry 
3} Gentry 
li 4 3 Gentry 
3* 2J Gentry 
6 3 3 4 I Gentry 
2% 3 2 J Gentry 
2* 2* Gentry 



1**422 Vancouver 5-8 l:00%fast 


24 


112 


1 




1 


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<> 


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, b. g, 5 




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13307 Juarez 


3-4 1:13 fast 


4 


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8 




4 


6 


6-1 6% F Benton 


u 


15252 Juarez 


7-8 1 :26%fast 


24 


113 


4 


3 


2 


1 


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13 


13174 Juarez 


1 l:39%fast 


9-10 


107 


7 


1 


1 


1 


2* 4 2 } A Claver 


:♦ 


13137 Juarez 


5 4 1 :ll%fast 


4 


]0S 


7 




7 


5 


6 2 5 4 A Claver 


s 


13074 Juarez 


7-8 1:25 fast 


2 


103 


3 


3 


2 


2 


14 2» A Claver 


X 


13020 Juarez 


1 l:38%fast 


5 


312 


1 


1 


1 


1 


I 2 2** L Gentry 


1 1 


12979 Juarez 


3-4 1 :li%fast 


5 


112 


9 




6 


3 


3 4 4% J Groth 


9 


12953 Juarez 


3-4 1:13 fast 


34 


103 


8 




5 


4 


2*4 2= A Claver 


10 


12833 Juarez 


54 f 3 :12%hvy 


44 


108 


6 




7 


7 


5^ 6 G 1 A Claver 




12725 Juarez 


54 f 1 :05%fast 


12 


103 


7 




8 


8 


5 3 4% A Claver 


9 


12214 Victoria 


A b5-8 1:01 %tnud 


3 


112 










3 3 W Gargan 


7 


12197 Victoria 


3-4 1:19 mud 


9 


113 


5 




4 


3 


3" S«4 Gargan 


5 


12123 Victoria 


64 f 1 :24%slop 


11 


no 










3 3 4 Riddle 


*: 


11991 Victoria 


3 4 1:17 fast 


14-5 


1**9 


6 




6 


5 


4* 3* Claver 


7 


11926 Victoria 


7-8 l:29%fast 


12—5 


100 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1» 1* Claver 


X 



JESSUP BURN. 

13491 Juarez 
15167 Juar< z 
133**9 Juarez 
13254 Juarez 
15199 Juarez 
15988 Juarez 
33066 Juarez 
32992 Juarez 
12931 Juarez 
12878 J uai ez 
127,04 James' n 
lt*463 Windsor 
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(* Auto Maid, Benia, Sallie O’Day 

9 G. Trance. B. Stone, F. Johnson 
«x C’liilt. Trance. Boas. Saltigrade 
N Zcnotek, Little Jake. Far Cathay 
8 T. Murphy, Elec tr* an. Binocular 

10 S. O’Dav. Hazel C.. C. Trance 

7 S. O’ Day. B. Stone. Florence S. 
5 Little Jake. Efficiency. Beda 



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8 E. White, KingKa^lford, Mazurka 



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3 2 24 A Claver 8 High Street. Gemmell. Janus 
10 S 15 W W T’lor 10 Par. Boy. Barsae. M. B. Eubanks 

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14 14 W W T’lor 8 Right easy, Tbeo Cook, Moisant 
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8 ! 10* 7 JMontour 12 Daisy Piatt, Star Gift, M. Edith 



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